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Student Life 6 



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Activities 50 



Academics 90 



Underclass 104 



Seniors 146 



Last Year 186 



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in 2011 with funding from 

Euclid Public Library 



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Euclid High School 



711 East 222nd Street 



Euclid, Ohio 44123 



Volume 46 



(216) 261-2900 



Enrollment 1899 





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Look at it this way. ..it's all attitude. 
Everything you do depends on 
your attitude... How you think, 
how you act, what you do. Whether good 
or bad, everyone has one. 

How are you with your friends? 
ATTITUDE. How do you react to your 
teachers? ATTITUDE. Do you have 
school spirit? ATTITUDE. What about 
your parents? ATTITUDE. What are 
your feelings about relationships? 
ATTITUDE. 

We all have some kind of an attitude. 
In fact attidudes usually change on a 
daily basis. The weekend was really 
awesome. ..but you forgot about your 
English paper. You were picked Student- 
of-the-Month. Your're feehng sick. ..but 
your friends cheered you up. She didn't 
go to the game with you. You lost your 
lunch money. ..but that special someone 
shared their lunch with you. You lost 
your project. The morning was 
awful. ..but then you aced your biology 
test. He bought you flowers. You got 
accepted to the college of your dreams. 
Hanging out with your friends. Cheering 
for the panthers. Enjoying high school. 
What could be better? A LOT. Because 
it's all about what you see and do. IT'S 
ALL ABOUT ATTITUDE. IT'S ALL 
ABOUT YOU. LOOK AT IT THIS 
WAY... 

-Janet Fonovic, Stacie Glavan, 
Beckie Glavan 



Seniors look at high school in a different 
way than most underclassmen. 





Jason Grant, Ron Rucker, Latina Taylor,Tanya Robinson, Maria Barker and Kenya 
Smith looking forward to having a lot of enjoyment at a football rally. 




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Yolonda Johnson, Nikki Greer, Daleah Williams and Carmen Strickland look as 

if they are enjoying their lunch. 




Amy Barber looks ahead as she stands at attention 
during a Flag Corps routine during half-time. 



Amy Hodder looks to serve a point during a Varsity 
Volleyball game. 



New Euclid principal, Mr. Robert Knuth, looks at the 
high school differently now that he is no longer just at 
the Board building. Alison Stahre is looking forward to 
cheering for the football team. Athletic Director, Mr. 
Spencer Kane was also looking for a win on the 
football field. 





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Theme 












Janet Fonovic and Kathy Copic 

look at all the neat ways that a 

TI-82 graphing calculator can be 

used to help them in their 

calculus and physics classes. 





Will Buchannon looked the ball into his hands and 
made this reception over the back of the North defender 
and took it into the end zone for a touchdown. 



When it comes to looks, the cheerleaders give a lot of them. Here 

are Wendy Lapuh, Gina Zeman, Meghan Orazen. Kim Petrik, 

Melanie Shippitka, Gina Phillips, Laura Fiiolt, Christina 

Fabert, Shona Mc Cune and Kristina Gelger posing for the 

camera. 



Bicnda Moyer, Tara Van Ho, Joi Hutton and Heather 
Perusek look up from the gym floor during a football rally. 





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Students really 

cheered for the 

football team at the 

rally. 



Students at Euclid High School had 
the opportunity to enjoy a variety of 
activities. During the school day, 
students attended classes that were 
conducted by our excellent faculty. After 
school, many participated in extracurricu- 
lar activities such as clubs, sports and 
other organizations which added to the 
excitement of high school life. Life at 
Euclid High School was a rewarding 
experience for most students. 




Margaret Corcoran, Alison Stahre, Kelly Gavin an 
Maureen Pavicic had a lot to do during school since 
they were cheerleaders. 





Angela Miklavcic and Marianne Wilson 

would go to great lengths to get the most out 
of their school day. 



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Tanya Robinson, Shenise Johnson, Maria Barker, Lakesha Buggs and Manicka Collins know that 
they will have lots of fun at a football rally. 

Pam Jordan, Jessica Hopkins, Chris 

Kletecka and Matt Ortman know that the 
library iks an important place in which to 
get work done during school. 





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Carrie Sharp and Karen Gezann get a 

chance to lead the Marching Band 
during the half-time ceremonies. This is 
only one of the many activities that both 
girls participate in at Euclid. 



Amy Repko and Paula Sustarsic are active in many organizations in 
the school and have an active school life. 



Leah Walczak enjoys the 
satisfaction she gets from playing 
tennis for the high school team. 





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Student Life Divider 














Cheerleaders, Rashanda Lockett, Christina Fabert, Melanie Shippitka and Gina Phillips show off 
the sign that they helped make for the Euclid-Villa Angela/St. Joe game. 

Students cheering at the rally before the Euclid-Norlh game. 




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Dani Picard, .Karen Touschner and Kim Clark are trying to make the best of their 
school year by working in the Library on their assignments. 

I Lauren Arnold really works hard as a cheerleader and 
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Flag Corps members, 
Chris Pugib, Amy 
Barber, Maureen 
Porcen and Heather 

Mulhall. enjoy life at 
Euclid by participat- 
ing in our half-time 
ceremonies. 




Monroe Hillsman takes off for a long gain on the JV 
Football team. 

Liz Buchner knows that academics is an important 
part of her high school experience and takes 
Advanced Placement chemistry to help her in college. 




Jodi Doniinick and Emily Bode were cheering for the Panthers at the rally while Maureen Porcen, 
Heather Mulhall, Marissa Mukavetz and Lorrie Melton were dancing with the Flag Corps. 
The football team sat together in the stands and were introdticed during the rally. 















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Nicole Jackson and 
Matrika Jolinson 

are involved with the 

Marching Band and 

are learning a lot 

about life at Euclid 

High School. 

A new program that 

was begun this year 

was NJROTC in 

which the students 

participate in military 

exercises and are 

prepared for entrance 

into the armed forces. 

In this way they can 

get money for college 

and get a commision 

upon graduation. 

Here they are shown 

drilling during one of 

their classes. 

Rich Echols runs 

around the left side of 

the line for a big gain. 

Members of the 

tennis team, Coach 

Pete Swope, Leah 

Walczak, Angela 

Meros, Janeen 

Miklowski. 

Niaryann Oroz, 

Cathy Gibbons and 

Jennifer Hrovat, 

waiting for the match 

to begm. 






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John Mc Clain passing the ball for the JV 

team. 

Christina Fabert enjoys cheering for the 

Euclid teams. 








Carlos Prince takes off for a big gain against VASJ in the first 
game of the season. 

Katie Salisbury, Amanda Davis, Lori Dean, Ann Fcldkamp, 
Becky Boos and Melissa Novinc look as if they are enjoying 
their lives at Euclid High School. 



Student Life 



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The State ranked Euclid Panther 
Football team danced their 
way to a Homecoming victory 
by mutilating the Maple Heights 
Mustangs 58-12 on Friday October 8. 
It was a beautiful night as fireworks 
sparked through the air along with the 
mighty Panthers. Euclid gained 526 
yards to Maple's 216. Euclid cruised 
to a 12-0 in the first quarter on Steve 
Duncan's 63 yard score and De Juan 
Goulde's diving catch for a 20 yard 
touchdown pass from Darnea Mc 
Kinney. B. J. Harrison was credited 



with two dancing touchdowns of 9 and 56 
yards. Monroe Hillsman and Carlos Prince 

rounded out the scoring. Mike Heramb and 
Andy Eminger both handled the kick offs 
and extra points. 

Pregame festivities included "Blue and 
Gold" Day and "Hippy Day" along with 
faces painted in the cafeteria. On Thursday 
evening an awesome bonfire, the first one in 
many years, was held on Diamond #4. The 
band played their instruments and the fans 
cheered. It was an exciting beginning to an 
exciting weekend. 

-Stacie Glavan and Janet Fonovic 




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All of the Homecoming candidates and tlieir parents were introduced to the fans at the stadium and lined up on the 



The Thursday night bonfire started the Homecoming 

activities. 

Gary Dvvyer catching the ball for a large gain against 

the Mustangs. 




Many students and parents watched the Cheerleaders and Majorettes and Marching Band perform at the bonfire. 



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Gary Dwyer crashes through the Cheerleader banner at the beginning of the 

game. 

De Juan Goulde malces a diving catch of Darnea Mc Kinney's pass in the 

endzone for a touchdown. 




Kris Eniinger, Fritz Streiff, Carmeesha Norman, 

Rafael Brown and Katliy Copic dressed up for the 

'70's during Homecoming week. 




eeoming Dance 



Royal Gala" was the 1994 
theme for the Homecoming 
Dance. Blue, Maroon and 
cream completed the E-room 
atmosphere. As the dance began 
couples strolled through the door 
and were transported into Medieval 
times. They proceeded onto the 
dance where they passed Knights, 
Dragons and a Dungeon. Their 
pictures were taken on a draw- 
bridge in front of a castle. Two 
hundred twenty-four couples 
danced the night away. Midway 



through the evening the Homecoming 
Court was announced. Gina Zeman was 
crowned Queen and Ben Mooney was 
King. The senior female attendants 
included Maria Barker, Melissa Beverly, 
Wendy Lapuh, Melanie Shippitka, Paula 
Sustarsic and Aisha Tillman. The male 
attendants were Kyle Bush, Gary Dwyer, 
Kevin Gorman, Chris Kietecka, Rich 
Slade and Mike Swyt. The Junior Jester 
was Lakisha Phillips and the Sophomore 
Jester was La'Keya Mc Cauley. It was a 
night to remember for everyone involved. 
-Stacie Glavan and Janet Fonovic 



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Senior female attendant, Aisha Tillman, Beth 
Blatnik and Senior male attendant, Rich Slade. 



Gina Phillips, Senior male allendant, Kevin Gorman, Kyle kuss. Senior male attendant, Gary Dwyer, 
Senior female attendant, Wendy Lapuh, Senior male attendant, Kyle Bush, Senior female attendant, 
Melanie Shippitka and Senior male attendant, Chris Kietecka. 



Sophomore Jester, 
Lakisha Phillips and 

Junior Jester, 
La'Keya Mc Cauley 

after being 

announced at the 

Homecoming game. 



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Some of the people who had an enjoyable evening at Homecoming. 



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Homecoming Queen, Gina Zeman. 







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Homecoming King, Ben Mooney. 




Senior male attendant, Mike Swyt dancing with Senior female attendant, IMelanie Shippitka 
his date, Queen Gina Zeman. dancing with her date, Seniot male attendant, 

Chris Kletecka. 



Gina Phillips, Ali Kucinski and Kim Petrik were 
really dressed up for the dance. 





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Homecoming 












Vs locker is a place they can call their own 




Every student 
has one. Some 
had more than 
one. It was a 
locker of 
course. A locker 
was a place 
where students 
could keep all 
their belongings 
while they were 
at school. For 
some it was just 
a place that they 
would throw 
their posses- 
sions in, but for 
others it was 
their home 
away from 
home and it was 
a place to show 
off to others in 
the school and 
so they deco- 
rated their 
lockers to suit 
their personali- 
ties. Some of 
the creative 
talents are 
shown on these 
pages. 





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Mandy Sipluck shows off her locker which has many 
pictures of her family and friends in it. 

Beth Walters loclcer has pictures of family and friends 
and a lot of art work and commercial pictures. 



Kisha Jones' locker, on the other hand, doesn't have 
pictures but does have a lot of drawings and cartoons. 

Megan Miezin's locker has a combination of pictures, 
artwork and slogans that she uses to help her get 
through the day. 



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Lockers 





Lakesha Buggs, Shenise Johnson, and Manicka Collins find 
that meeting by their lockers is a good time to sociahze. 



Joi Hutton shows her appreciation tor Flag Corps 
and Disney movies. 






Robin Lausche decorates her locker with Ziggy, 
Disney characters and pictures of her friends. 



Sarah Kale meets at Rachel Zielinski's locker before the 
school day begins. 




Stacia Ketchum likes to 'bear' with her teddies 



Sharon Mollis, Kristina Geiger, and Christina 

Fabert reveal that many surprising things can be 
found in Euclid's lockers. 




Kendra Proctor displays her fondness for Gary 
Larson's Far Side. 



Shannon Clark's locker depicts her interest in Flag 

Corps, while Beth VVeinbrecht wraps her locker in 

Muppet Baby paper. 





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Lockers 












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Most of Euclid's seniors have a job outside school 

Having a job was an important part in the life of most high school students. By the 
time they became a senior most students had a job. In a poll taken it was shown 
that 75.8% of the seniors had a job. This was very similar to the results of last 
year's poll in which 81% of the seniors said they had a job. Most of the students work 
between 11 an 30 hours each week. A few worked more than 40 hours every week and a 
couple even had more than one job outside school. 

The money that the students earned was used to support their cars, buy clothes and 
other durable goods and supply the students with a means of entertainment. Some of the 
money also went into the bank to help them with college costs. 



□ Yes 75 8% 
B No 24.2% 



Do you 
have a part- 
time job? 





14.3% 
37.1% 
40.0% 



How many 
hours do you 
work per 
week? 



Radames Colon and Gerald Tate will make up your 

order quickly at Wendy's. 

Mike Dacar will make sure all your groceries get 

packed efficiently at Reider's Slop-n-Shop. 

Laura Novak will take your money when you pay for 

your pizza at Liltle Caesar's. 

Margaret Good keeps the hooks in shape at Holy 

Cross. 
Marlena Stewart checks your order at Wendx's. 









Kelly Focareto wants to sell you something imported 

from Pier I Imports. 

Nikki Johnson will be happy to take your inoney at 

Marcs. 

Irma Peredne, Renee Pecnik and Jessica Hopkins show 

how to wait on tables at the Italian Oven Restaurant. 

Eric Heiss and Sean Fox like to put the toppings on pizzas 

at Longos. 

Ciiris Schmidt will accept your money when you are 

shopping at Best. 






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About 1 30 couples danced the 
night away at the annual 
Winterfest ball which was held 
from 7:00 -J 1 :00p.m. on Saturday, 
February 1 1, 1995. "Frozen in Time" 
was the theme and the E-Room was 
decorated with snowflakes and ice. The 
colors were blue, silver and white 
making the atmosphere feel chilly. 
Cindy Ciulla and Rafael Brown were 
at the head of the court as Winterfest 
Queen and King. First King and Queen 
attendants were Olen Steelman and 
Beth Blatnik. Second attendants were 
Mike Hoffman and Slienise Johnson. 
Mike Zivnoska was Jack Frost, the 
Court Jester. The dances wei-e great and 
every song under the sun was played. 
Winterfest was sponsored by Student 
Council and everyone enjoyed them- 
selves in a situation that was Frozen in 
Time. 

-Helene Schwartz 



Hershal Hall and 
Katrina Sliarpe 

enjoyed themselves at 

the dance. 

Winterfest CiHirl, Mike 

Zivnoska, Mike 

Hoffman. Olen 

Steelman, Rafael 

Brown, Cindy Ciulla 

and Beth Blatnik 







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Paul Paridc and Donna Beuoy having their pictures 
taken at the beginning of the dance. 

Brian Dlugos. \allen. Polls. Lori Meden. Dan 
Cherkas. Nikki Barbis and Tony \erch were having 
lots of fun at the dance. 

Ra\ .Miller. Cindy Ciulla. Kristin Sacko. Doug 
Zeman. Jim Swy t, Dana \'ance, Katie Gross and Joe 
Tomino w ere some of the others who were ha\ ing fun 

at the dance. 







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Almost every sport you want to play is at 
Euclid. Whether you want it to be your 
ticket to college or just something to do 
everyday after school, at Euchd there is a sport for 
you. It has sports for all levels: Varsity for the 
experienced; Freshmen for the first time players, and 
JV for everyone in between. Spoils here gives you 
the opportunity to be part of a team and meet many 
new friends. 

-Angela Miklavcic 




Sports Dixider 



Ken Schuster and Tim Carney leading the « a> on the cross-country course. 

Antoine Fisher rushes for yards w ith help from blockers Albert Simpson and Sean Mc Laughlin. 



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Jim Swyt dribbling the 

ball dott n against 

BiTish. 

Monroe Hillsman 

getting the ball around 

the end while Mike 

Melnylv follow s the 

play. 

Chris KJetecka makes 

a di\ ing save of the ball 

in front of the 2oal. 



B. J. Harrison coming 
around the left side of 
the line as he did so 
well during the season. 



Gina Zeman leaps up to kick the bail while Sandy Brown looks on. 

Man. Dacar and Jamie Smialek w ere pan of the cross country team that did well. 





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Varsity closes out regular season with 10-0 record 



Running game. Those were the two 
words that summed up the 1994-95 #15 
in the NationlU.S.A.Todny) and #1 in the 
state iA.P.) Euclid Panther offense. This from a 
team that was picked by the coaches at the 
beginning of the season to finish third in the 
G.C.C. It didn't have the super runners and 
players of previous 3'-ears. It didn't have the 
depth. AH it had was a bunch of kids that went 
out every Friday evening and outplayed all of 
their opponents. Out of the total 3,477 offensive 
yards that the panthers gained, B. J. Harrison 
had 1,448 yards and scored 15 touchdowns. 
The few times Damea Mc Kinney did put the 
ball in the air, receivers like Gary Dwyer, 
Jamie Willett, Pete Thomas, De Juan Goulde 
and Simeon Boddie were there to catch it. 
Darnea threw for 729 yards. 

Helping to gain yards was power fullback 
Steve Duncan and the great offensive line 
among whom were Olen Steelman(AIl G.C.C, 
All News Herald, All Northeast Ohio), and 
Steve Pae (All G.C.C, All News Herald). The 
defense was not unseen. Gary Dwyer had 4 
interceptions, Pete Thomas and Bryant Clark 
had 3. The front line, let by Shawn Leben and 
Antoine Kemp held opposing teams to a total 
of 1093 yards rushing and De Juan Goulde had 
a team record in sacks with Tim Rutti putting 
on the pressure from the other end. 

As this team became the 4th undefeated 
group in school history, they also became the 
first Euclid team to be ranked nationallv and 
first in the state. Even though falling short in 
the playoffs against Strongsville, the 1994 
Euchd Football team went beyond all expecta- 
tions and will always be remembered as "The 
team that could". 

-Jamie Willett 





The Panther team runnins onto the field at the heginnine of the same 






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Nick Pfahl waiting for the ball to be snapped so he 
can begin moving. 

Gary Dwyer running the ball down the sidelines 
after intercepting it against Brush. The Panthers had a 
school record of seven interceptions during the game 
and they were all by different players. 



After pitching the ball to B. .1. Harrison, Darnea Mi 
Kinney watches as B. J. makes some of his 
tremendous moves on the secondary and weaves his 
way through the line for a substantial gain. Pete 
Thomas moves over to make a block to get him 
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Varsity Football. Row one: John Arlesic, Mike Sheck, Pete Schwenke, Chet Nolan. Tom Banc, Roy Pignatiello. Mike Barnauskas, Mike Kezzolla, Jack Lardomita, 
Ken Shriner. Row two: Jeff Morris, Olen Steelman, Shawn Leben, Gary Dwyer, B. J. Harrison, Darnea Mc Kinney, Antoine Kemp. Jamie Willett. Row three: 
DeMarco Miller, Bill Gast, Mike Zivnoska, Mike Summerfield. Barry Grisez. Bob Chmielewski. Carlos Prince Row tour: John Scarniench. Tim Rutti, Steve Pae, 
Tony Laurich, Sean Mc Laughlin. Chris Molakakis. Bryan Clark. Row five: Mike Melnyk, Nick Pfahl, Tony Raia, Jeron Cooper, Scott Longazel. Fernandes 
Johnson, Lee Nosse. Row six: Monroe Hillsman, Deleonte Brown, Simeon Boddie, Lamonte Foster, John Mc Clain, Robert Wilson, Isaac Martin, Wayman White. 
Row seven: Latell Stewart, De Juan Goulde, Pete Thomas, Tony Fisher, Joe Tucceri, Albert Simpson, Steve Duncan. Row eight: Katie Baioni. Hannah Davis, Erin 
Vincenti, Beth Kramer, Wendy Case. 




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G.C.C. RECORD WON 6 LOST 


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Darnea Mc Kinney for a long gain against 
Brush. 





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White, Jeron Cooper, John .Arlesic Row two: Sean Mc Laughlin, Lamonte Foster, John Mc Clain, Nick Pfahl, Isaac 
Martin, R W ilson. Row three: Scott Longazel, Tony Raia, Casey Carmichael, Jonathan Hartshorn, Mike Zivnoska, 
Richard Pecnik Row four: Rashand Durrah, Tony Fisher, Latell Stewart, Detric Wilson, .\ndre Mc Michael, Michael 
Melnyk. Row 11\ e: Lee Nosse, Albert Simpson, Carlos Tailaferro, Richard Wynn, Monroe Hillsman, Fernandes Johnsoj 




Deleonte Brown and Lamonte Foster getting 
instructions from Head Coach Tom Banc during the 

game. 
Pete Thomas waiting for the snap so he can run his 

pass pattern. 
Carlos Prince following blocks by Joe Tucceri down 

the field. 





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Football 


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Freshman Football, Row one: Coach Windham, Fred Bush, Mike Higgins, Amos Renix, Terrance Moore, Dave Johnson. 
Coach Mc Creight. Row two: Tom Heuer, Donte Thomas, Kevin Banks, Dave Thomas, Rich Echols, Howard Westerfield, 
Larry Brown. Row three: Shaun Brochak.Scott Koop, Denny Bosher, Charles Howard, Will Buchannon, Johnny Johnson. 
Row four: Jerrod Torrence, Derrick Crutchficid, Jeremy Pfahl, John Wahl, Mike Valentine, Shaun Cummings. Not 
pictured: Michael Creer. 



Jamie Willett as a wide receiver gets 
ready to move after the snap of the ball. 
Fred Bush and Rich Echols playing on 
the freshman team to get experience for 
later years. 





Antoine Fisher picking up some yards agamst 

Barberton. 

The defensive line of Fernandes Johnson, Isaac 

Martin, Albert Simpson and Simeon Boddie helped 

stop the Barberton Magics from gaining many yards. 





27 




Football 











New coach but wrestlers 

still struggling 

livi 





Under the new coaching of Chris 
Paporus and Craig Petty, the 
1994-94 wresthng team still fell 
short and turned out a disappointing 
season. The teain consisted of many new 
wrestlers along with seniors Josh 
Holland( 1 35#), DeMarco Miller( 1 52#). 
Shawn Leben(215#) and B.J. Harri- 
son(189#). The leadership of the team 
was shown by Harrison and Junior Joe 
Tucceri( 1 45#), whose records reflect 
many hours of practice that payed off. 
Dedicated wrestlers will be needed for the 
upcoming years in order to improve their 
record. Juniors, Tucceri. Nick 
PfahK 140#) and Nate Davis{ 103#) 
should help to make next year more 
fruitful. 

-Angela Mercs 




Wrestling, Row one: Beth Kramer, Demetrius Dowell. DeMarco Miller, B, J, Harrison, Josh Holland, Kristj 
Brznawski Row iwo: .\nthonv Smith, Coaeh Mike Papouras. Coaeh Bill Kazen, .Mike Mc Donald, Scott Bee 
Tim Goerndt, .Mike Doyle, Coach Craig Petty. Head Coaeh Chris Papouras. Nathaniel Davis Row three: Mil 
Bruno, Mike Litwinowicz, Ryan Whitcly, Mike Smith, Jeron Cooper, Daryl Taylor, Ken Wells, La Mar Mc 
Kinney, Paul Solema Row four: Raychand Durrah. Keauntee Redfearn. Nick Pfahl, Chris Trzcinski, Joe 
Tucceri, .Mark Zrim, I.emiul (iardner. Bob Chmielewski, Howard Westerfield. 




Wrestling 



Keauntee Redfearn and Waynian W hite struggHng 
hard to get their opponents turned over so they can 
earn points. 





Steve Duncan twisting liis opponent around so he 
can get liini into position for a point. 



B. J. Harrison getting his man into a coinproniising 

position before winning his match. 

DeMarco Miller w orking hard on his opponent to earn 

points. 

,|oc Tucceri trying hard to get control of his man. 

Nick Pfahl on top of his opponent and trying to get him 

turned o\ er. 



Ryan Whitely trying to get control of his opponent so 
lie can get some points. 




sh Holland working on his opponent during his 
Itch. 





29 




Wfestling 











Soccer teams get 
their kicks in 







The 1994 Boy's Varsity Soccer 
Team got off to a slow start since 
they were short of coaches for 
the ninth grade team. Because of this 
they were only able to manage a 5-8-3 
overall record and finished in a fourth 
place tie in the G.C.C. They fought 
many close games that were decided by 
only a few goals. Standouts for the club 
were seniors. Chris Kletecka, Rich 
Slade and Greg Pesek. Dan Corleto, 
Eric Heiss and Mike Heramb were 
juniors that contributed much offen- 
sively. Seniors, Kevin Gady, Kevin 
Gray, Brad Snell, Mike Swyt and Tom 
Walker also helped out significantly. 



BOY'S VARSITY AND J.V. SOCCER j 


TEAM 


VAR. 


THEM 


J.V. 


THEM 


il-akewood 


1 


3 


3 


3 


Mordonk 





2 


3 


2 


East. North 





1 


4 


3 


Bay Village 





1 


2 


5 


Will. South 


■^ 


2 


8 


2 


Bedford 


8 





4 





Brush 


1 


T 





5 


Mayfield 





3 


3 


2 


Nordonia 


1 





6 


1 


£ast. North 


1 


1 


5 


2 


Kenston 


4 





4 


1 


Will. South 


I 


1 






Mentor 


■1 


6 





10 


Bedford 


4 


2 


4 


4 


Brush 


1 


4 


\ 


O(forfeit) 


Mayfield 








2 


7 




VAR. SEASON RECORD 






WON 5 LOST 8 TIE 3 






G.CC. RECORD 






WON 4 LOST 5 TIE 3 




LEAGUE FINISH: fourth(tie 


) 




J.V. SEASON RECORD 






WON 8 LOST 4 TIE 1 






G.C.C. RECORD 






WON 8 LOST 3 TIE 1 






LEAGUE FINISH: second 






Varsity Soccer. Row one: Chris Kletecka. Row two: Brad Snell, Kevin Klocker, Eric Heiss, Sean Fox, Kevin 
Gady Row three: Jim Swyt, Greg Pesek, Mike Swyt, Mike Heramb, Andy Emminger, Rich Slade. Coach 
Mike Durbin. Row four: Dan Corleto, .Jeff Grundman, Kevin Gray, Mario Laush, Doug Zeman, Tom 
Walker Row five: .Icnna Brzeczkowski, Rvan Eddv 






30 






Soccer 









.I.V. Soccer, Row one: Fred Blatnik, Dave Burke. Row two: Steve Barrett, Todd Woodruff, Ben Mooney, 
Rafael Brown, Coach Mike Durbin. Row three: George LaCava, Rich Figuero, Bill Nainiger, Matt Pikus, 
Dennis Vitolo. Row four: Jim Swyt, Doug Zeman, Rob Slade, Reggie George. 



Dana Finotti and Jennifer Waina dribbhng the ball against the Willoughby South Rebe 




Girl's Soccer. Row one: Goalies. Helene Schwartz, Cory Watsdii Row luo: Nicole Hrdlicka. Nikki Christides, 
Michelle Dineen, Sandy Brown. Trainer. Jennifer Lcpley Row three: Beth Blatnik. Missy Clarke, .Jaina 
Blackford, Nancy Pekol, Dana Finotti, Ali Kucinski. Row four: Laura Fifolt, Katie Walker, Gina Zeman, 
Jennifer Waina. Coach Mike Sustin. Not pictured: Heather Nickell, Kristin Sacko, Lisa Udovich. 



iP — »# nm ~nf 

BT;* 





Freshman Soccer, Row one: Ryan Heramb, Pat Dilalla, Sean Nelson, Mike Mc Donald, Mike Reilly. Row two: 
Craig Hciss, Matt De Wine, Jason Waina, Alan Cvetovac, John Wolchko, Coach Mike Durbin 




The 1994 Girl's Varsity Soccer team 
finished the season with a 8-7-1 overall 
record and ended up in third place in 
the G.CC, with a 6-3-1 record. This was very 
similar to last year's. The team had many 
important players in all classes so they should 
be in a good position for future years. Leading 
scorers were Jennifer Waina, Jaina Black- 
ford and Nancy Pekol. Leading stealers were 
Katie Walker, Heather Nickell, Ali Kucinski 
and Dana Finotti. Sandy Brown and Laura 
Fifolt were co-captains for the squad. There 
was so much interest in girl's soccer that Euclid 
even added a J.V. team. They finished the 
season with a 7-7 record. 



VARSITY AND J. V. GIRL'S SOCCER | 


TEAM VAR THEM 


J.V. 


THEM 


Hawken 1 


1 






N. Darne(scr) 
Madison 2 




3 


1 








Chagrin Falls! 


4 





3 


Nordonia 1 


6 


y 


1 


Beaumont 




1 


2 


Brush 9 









Mentor 2 


7 


1 


6 


Cleve. Hts. 




1 





Will. South 4 









East. North 
Mayfield 4 
Nordonia 5 


1^ 




1' 


4 
1 
1 


West Geauga 2 


I.,..:.- 


1 


4 


Berea 


'uit-' 





4 


Brush 2 


1 






Will. South 6 









East. North 


1 


2 


3 


Solon 


4 


3 


5 


.\la\-tield 4 


3 


3 


1 


DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 




Madison 3 


1 






Hawken 2 


3 






VARSITY SEASON RECORD | 


WON 8 LOST 7 TIE 3 






G.CC. RECORD 




WON 6 LOST 3 TIE 1 




LEAGUE FINISH: third 




JV 


SEASON RECORD 
WON 7 LOST 8 





BOY'S FRESHMAN SOCCER | 


TEAM 

Mentor 


US THEM -SHHj 
2 6 .^aSSipW^^J 


St. Ignatius 


6 


IhB 


East. North 


t I 


llpH 


Bay Village 
Will. South 


^0 fe3 ^ 

6 4 




Brush 

St. Ignatius 


hl-^ 




University 


4 7 




East. North 


2 1 




Will. South 


3 6 




Mentor 3 
Cuyahoga Hts. 2 1 
Hawken 2 8 


\^Hi 


Bay Village 1 3 

SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 9 


G.CC. 


RECORD WON 4 LOST 1 1 


LEAGUE FINISH: first(lie) 1 



Soccer 



31 




Hockey team 



Sail 



duplicate record from preVIOUS p\ 



The 1994-95 Panther Hockey team 
began the season right, taking a 
second place at the Thanksgiving 
tournament. They played Olmstead Falls 
Nov. 25 and won 7-6, after one regular 
overtime and a sudden death overtime. 
They then continued, beating Garfield 
and losing a tough one to North 
Olmstead. 

The team was led this year by senior co- 
captains, Ben Mooney and Tony Verch. 
High scorers included Verch and Matt 
Carroll. In goal, Raymond Miller 
started and freshman Geoffrey Zevnik 
was a great backup, saving over 25 shots 
in one game. 

Keys to defense were captain Ben 
Mooney and junior Vince Lombardo 
and sophomore Doug Zeman. The team 
suffered because of a large number of 
varsity players who graduated last year. 
The future looks promising as the yoimg 
team becomes more dangerous next year. 
-Carrie Sharp 





Ton) Verch, Doug Zeman and Ben Mooney liyluing 
for control of Ihe puck. 

Matt Carroll taking the pass from a team male and 
getting ready to bring it down the ice. 



32 




Hockey 







Matt Carroll and Joe 
Trobenter in action in front 
of the opponent's goal. 



John Bechtel and Vince Lombardo going to the action. 



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-lockey Team. Row one: Randolph Dawson, Ray Miller, Adam Codec. Row two; Scott Lawrence, Jeff Zevnik, Tom Heuer, Joseph Trobenter, Bryan Benak, Kris 
Eminger, Matt Pikus, Brian Zorman. Row three: Coach Forrest Dixon, Angela Koeth, Wayne Arndt, Matt Carroll, Ben Mooney, Doug Zeman, Vince Lombardo, 
(ohn Bechtel, Tony Verch, Randall Scott, Andy Eminger, Mary Kiral, Brent Figueira. 




Co-Captain. Ben Mooney. brings the puck down while Tony Verch faces off while Doug Zeman looks on to 
John Bechtel gets ready for an assist. get the puck. 

Vlnce Lombardo taking a slap shot at the goal. Joe Trobenter and Matt Carroll trying to get the 

puck away from the boards so the can get a shot on 





33 


Hockey 







} 






Volleyballers not able to duplicate last year's sensational seasor 



The 1994 Varsity Volleyball team 
consisted of 10 juniors and one 
senior. There was a lot of talent 
but a real lack of varsity experience. 
There was only one returning letterman 
from the previous year's squad and the 
majority of the other girls were coming 
up from the junior varsity. It was a yem- 
for great improvement and was an 
excellent learning experience for the 
juniors. They finished the season with a 
solid record of 9-12, and with \ retui'n- 
ing players for next yeai", they could have 
an unbeatable season. 
-Angela Miklavcic 



VARSITY VOttEYBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Nordtmia 


1^15,15 


15,11,8 


Ea.si, North 


b 15,7 


15,12,15 


Maple Hfc 


13 N 


15,15 


Will. South 


^1,17^1 


15,15,15 


Bod lord 


15,15 


12,.H 


BoaumoiU 


(1,1(1 


15,15 


Bruhh 


11 i 


15,15 


Mayliekl 


15,15 


5,4 


Nordoma 


15,12 6 


10,15,1^ 


East North 


«,i5,l5 


15,9,9 


Glen Oak 


6,12 


15,15 


Maple I Its 


15,15 


9,10 


Will South 


16,0,7 


14,15,15 


Bedford 


15,13,15 


7,15,4 


Brush 


15,15 


10,8 


Mayfield 


7,15,12 


15,13,15 


SOLON tourn,\\ii:nt I 


Lake Cath. 


15,9,15 


8,15,8 


Solon 


7,2 


15,15 


NEXZL 


3,16,12 


15,14,15 




SECTIONALS | 


Collinwood 


15,15 


0,3 


Mentor 


8,6 


15,15 


SEASON RECORD WO\ 4 LOST 12 | 


G.C.C 


RECORD WON 7 LOST 7 i 


LEAGUE FINISH: fourtb(Ue) | 




\ aiMtv Volle\hall, Row one: Missy Koerber, Lauren Hadjk, Lori Meden, Cherie Hinton, Allison FitzGeral 
\my Hodder Row two: Coach Wendy Sustin, Missy Bonfiglio, Kelly Smith, Megan Westphal, Angela 
Mikla\cic, Catherine Mc Guinness. 



Amy Hodder, Lauren Hadyk, Missy Koerber and 
Angela Miklavcic getting instruction.s from coach Wendy 

Sustin. 

Megan Westphal getting ready to .serve the ball. 

Kelly Smith getting ready to spike the ball. 



34 




Volleyball 









J.V. Volleyball. Row one: Jackie Sas, Dana Vance, Colleen Longshaw, Angela Sucliy Row two: Kristin 
Samsa, Stacey Lesefky, Veronica Mc Graw, Annie Feldkamp. Coach Kathy Mihalic. 




Freshman Volleyball. Row one: Lauren Freeman, Karen Lemieux, Sarali Rojeck. Row two: Stephanie Fox, 
Amber Cogley, Kathy Stobierski, Faye Wurm, Becky Godec. Not pictured: Chrissy Kovacevic, Jackie 
Montgomery, Vernadette White, Dana Barbish. 






J.V. VOLLEYBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Nordonia 


11,15,18 


15,6,15 


East. North 


9,2 


15,15 ,™_ 


Maple Hts. 


12,15,15 


15,8,10 jiHI 


Lake Cath. 


?,15,? 


15,?,15 ^^ll 


Cardinal 


7 7 


15,15 X 


Will. South 


3,5 


15,15 fl 


Bedford 


15,15 


^A ■ 


Beaumont 


15,13,15 


10,15,11 ' 


Bmsh 


15,12,11 


6,15,15 


Mavfield 


7,15,8 


15,8,15 


Nordonia 


15,15 


8,13 


East. North 


3,7 


15,15 


Glen Oak 


15,6,7 


10,15,15 


Maple Hts. 


15,15,15 


17,8,13 


Will. South 


15,10,2 


9,15,15 


Bedford 


15,9,15 


-; 6,15p 


Brush 


3,15,4 


15,3,15 


Mavfield 


8,6 


15,15 


SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 12 | 


G.C.C 


. RECORD WON 5 LOST 9 1 



FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Maple Hts. 


15,8,15 


8,15,13 


Bmsh 


4,7 


15,15 


Beaumont 


15,9,8 


10,15,15 


St. Joe. Acad. 


7,15,6 


15,4,15 J.,^ 


Will. South 


15,15 


12,12 ^ 


East. North 


15,2,16 


7,15,14 ^1 


West Geauga 


15,15 


8,5 4» 


Beatunont 


15,15 


12,12 lUi 


Wickliffe 


15,15 


is'iA H 


Mayfield 


8,11 


Maple Hts. 


5,9 


15 15 


Glen Oak 


7,15,11 


15,10,15 


Brush 


13,7 


15,15 


Will. South 


15,13,14 


4,15,16 


Padua 


15,8,9 


7,15,5 


Lake Cath. 


15,6,7 


6,15,15 


East. North 


15,15 


5,10 


Mayfield 


12,15,15 


15,3,12 


SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 9 | 


G.C.C. 


RECORD WON 4 LOST 6 1 




Kristin Samsa, Stacy Lesefky, Veronica Mc Graw and 

Ann Feldkamp warming up before a game. 
Missy Koerber getting the ball over the net with a 
mighty serve. 



Volleyball 



35 



Basketball began strong 






Although losing many players, the Varsity Panthers kept 
their poise. With the dazzling dunks from Mehln Levett, 
and the supreme shot blocking of Larry Taylor, the 
Panthers pounded then opponents Tlie panthers traveled to Stow 
and upset the Bulldogs. They had a strong 
beginning but had a tough middle when 
they lost a couple of key players when 
their parents were not pleased with their 
grades. They returned at the end of the 
season and helped to make a strong finish. 
They were not able to keep up with 
Nordoniabut they had a lot of exciting 
games. 

The Junior Varsity team had a successful 
season under the direction of coach, 
Dennis Turkall and were able to pull off 
many clutch victories. The freshman 
team, on the other hand, totally dominated 
their competition and finished the season 
with a 17-2 overall record and 14-0 in the 
G.C.C. despite losing key players to the 
varsity and J. V. teams. 
-Paul Pavicic 



Simeon Boddie looking lor 
someone to pass the hall to 



VARSITY BOY'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


St. Ignatius 


57 


54 


North 


66 


65 


Maple Hts. 


83 


57 


South 


78 


70 


Bedford 


53 


58 


Brush 


65 


60 


Twinsburg 


60 


70 • 


Cinn. Woodward 


56 


65 


Mayfield 


64 


57 


Mentor 


68 


74 


Nordonia 


63 


68 


North 


63 


66 


Maple Hts. 


85 


56 


Stow 


76 


75 


South 


113 


75 


Bedford 


78 


67 


Brush 


88 


57 


Mavfield 


57 


42 


Cntn. McKinley 


53 


81 


Nordonia 


64 


79 


SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 8 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 4 


LEAGUE FINISH: third 









1 


as* 


J.V. BOY'S BASKETBALL 


^' 


TEAM 


US 


THKM 




St. Ignatius 


36 


60 




North 


54 


51 




Maple Hts. 


63 


77 




SouUi 


52 


40 




Bediord 


60 


57 




Brush 


4^ 


41 




Twntsburg 


50 


;■' 




St. Ed. 


45 


71 




Mayfield 


44 


37 




Mentor 


58 


55 




Nordonia 


55 


54 




North 


55 


32 




Maple Hts. 


57 


52 




Stow 


32 


40 




South 


65 


41 




Bedford 


37 


36 


», 


Brush 


40 


33 




Mayfield 


62 


43 




Cntn McKinley 


42 


/ 60 


W' 


Nordonia 


66 


^' 62 




SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST S 




G.C.C. RECORD WON 13 LOST 1 




LEAGUE FINISH: first 







FRESHMAN BOY'S BASKETBALL 



TEAM 

Shore 

Nordonia 

North 

Maple Hts. 

South 

St. Ignatius 

^kish 

Stow 

Bedford 

Brush 

Mayfield 

St. Ignatius 

Nordonia 

North 

Maple Hts. 

South 

Bedford 

VASJ 

Mavfield 



US 

67 
77 
57 
85 
85 
73 
58 
59 
63 
43 
65 
45 
70 
61 
75 

m 

■62 
47 
44 ■ 



THEM 

53 
38 
50 
47 
21 
36 
40 
56 
50 
22 
44 
55 
51 
48 
43 
40 
55 
51 
30 



SEASON RECORD WON 17 LOST 2 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 14 LOST 




Chris Boddie goes In Aaron Boyce setting up for 
for a lay up. .shot from the outside. 




TEri 



..a 



nd finished Strong 




Clayton Cunningham goes up for a shot while Larry 
Taylor and Aaron Boyce and Melvin Levett come 
down the court. 



Melvin.IieVett sours through the air showing one of his 

spectacular dunks to eighth graders at an activities 

assembly. 

Ue Juan Goulde puts a move on a defender before 

going up for a shot. 



Darnea Mc Kinney drives under the basket to make a 
lay-up. 





to€>><^ AT OUR 



Varsity Boy's Basketball, Row one; Lorrie 

Mi'lton, Jennifer David, Ryan Eddy, Stacie 

(71avan, Hannah Davis, Molly O'Brien, Katie 

ISaioni. Row two: F'al Vuyancih Jr. Brandon 

Ashley, Chris Kletecka. Sahriah Matthews. 

Mike Banach, Darnea Mc Kinney. Clayton 

Cunningham, Coach Doc Daugherty. Row three: 

l^or Sugar, Scott Granito, Simeon Boddie. 

Melvin I.cvett, Lawrence Taylor, Aaron Boyce, 

Paul Pavicic, Jeff Grundman. De Juan Goulde. 



J. V. Boy's Basketball. Row one: Lorrie 

Melton, Katie Baioni. John Mc Clain, Tom 

Sctser, Jay Kletecka. Jeimifer David. Moll> 

O'Brien. Row two: Eric Lassiter, Dave 

Banach. Monroe Hillsman. Tyrone Simmons, 

Larry Banks, Rashad Wilson. Coach Dennis 

Turkall. Row Ihiee: Simeon Boddie, Brian 

Vuyancih, Patrick Frazier, Lee Nosse, Kevin 

Evans, Leonard Wilkerson, Sam Robinson. 



Fieshman Boy's Basketball. Row one: Allen 

*;Slamic, Fred Bush, Margaret Corcoran, 

.\ilisim Starr, Jeff Cahill, WUl Buchannon. 

Row two: Terrance Moore, Taunon Warren, 

fyrone Kenncr, Artis Powell, Kevin I'aksar, 

Scott Rupp, Jimmy Grinsted, Coach Steve 

Marcu, Mike Higgins. Row three: Cedric 

Johnson, Steve Norton, Antoine Fisher. 

Shaun Holness. Eric Smith, Al Simpson, 

Doloris Mushay, Mike Jollv. 




Boy'.s Basketball 




ummm 



^"SKETBAU TE 




v\ 





Kellj Smith and Angela 
Miklavcic wait foi' the 
rebound after makiiit! a shot. 




Varsity Ciirl's Basl^etball, Row one: Solema Jennings. Katie Bauer, 
Jennifer Hall, Carmelia Harris, Cherie Hinton, Alaycia Clark. Row 
two: Coach Marcy Haluska, Lori Meden, Margie Mihalic, \ eroniea 
Mc Graw , Nancy Pekol, Coach Roy Fignatiello. Row three: Lakeisha 
Henderson, Allison FitzGerald, Kelly Smith, Angela Miklavcic, 
Sharon Hollts, Katie Mc Guinness. 




9^9 





I. V. GirUs Basketball, Row one: Coach Sam Santilli, Angela Suchy, Monica 
Martin, Alisa Patterson, Kristin Samsa, Colleen Taylor. Row two: Jamie 
Greskowiak, Elnora Caldwell, Vatreisha Farrow, Stacy Lesetky, Olivia Penn, 
Ebonie Lane. 



Freshman Giii's Basketball. Row one: Erin Flynt. Dara Garrett, Chrissy 
Kovacevich Row two: Stephanie Troha, Terreia VVhitsett, Becky Crismor. Kim 
Smith, Najah Weeams. Row three: Jenea Weems, Linea Hudson, Shavon Bell, 
Kristen Kascak, .Alicia Renix, Coach Kletecka. 




Eric Smedley and Calvin Bradford wail for lo come 
down after making a .shot. 






39 




Girl's Basketball 











Girl's basketball increased expectati 

as season deve^^^P^Vf? Tf 



ons. 




This year's Lady Panthers discov 
ered the true meaning of the word 
TEAM. When they worked 
together, they were almost unstoppable. 
They proved that by winning 7 of their 10 
second half games. After an unfortunate 
injury to one of their co-captains, 
everyone stepped up to fill her shoes by 
putting in extra time after practice. Coach 
Pignatiello and Coach Haluska were 
veiy impressed with the togetherness 
Euclid found and they should be ready for 
an excellent 1995-96 season. The Lady 
Panthers planned on practicing together 
during the off-season so that next yeai' 
with eleven returning players, they should 
be the team to beat. 
-Angela Miklavcic 




u 



VARSITY GIRL'S B.4SKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 




THEM 


Lakewood 


27 




89 


Mentor 


36 




32 


Nordonia 


35 




27 


Nortli 


28 




88 


Maple Hts. 


52 




45 


South 


60 




61 


Bedford 


50 




27 


Brush 


41 




45 


West Geauga 


48 




84 


Mayt'ield 


35 




52 


Beaumont 


51 




25 


Nordonia 


33 




37 


St. Joseph 


50 




44 


North 


38 




83 


East 
Maple Hts. 


msr 


mjmffi 


■17 
26 


South 


73 




48 


Bedford 


64 




30 


Brusli 


44 




^» .., 


Mavfield 


39 




46 i 


SEASON RECORD WON 11 LOST 9 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 7 ; 


LEAGUE FINISH: fourth 


■Ki 




Katie Bauer takes a shot while Cherie Hinton and 
Nancv Pekol wait for a rehound. 



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Girl's Basketball 



FRESHMAN GIRL'S BASKETBALL 



TEAM 

Nordonia 

North 

South 

Lake Cath. 

Beaumont 

Stow 

Kenston 

Bedford 

St. Joseph 

I3ayfield 

Brush 

Lake Calh. 

Nordonia 

North 

Cnin McKinley 

South 

Bedford 

Beaumont 

Mavfield 



US 

54 

45 

21 

36 

45 

34 

31 

51 

56 

34 

34 

33 

34 

43 

27 

43 

32 

46 

45 



THEM 

19 



SEASON RECORD 'WON 12 LOST 7 






J.V. GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lakewood 


24 


36 


Mentor 


37 


39 


Nordonia 


34 


50 


North 


23 


44 


Maple Hts. 


55 


26 


South 


46 


45 


Bedford 


43 


44 


Brusli 


39 


32 


West Geaut 


a 15 


22 


Mayfield 


28 -»»,^~ 


34 


Beaumont 
Nordonia 


fM. 


'P^ 


St. Joseph 


27 


44 


North 


37 


55 


East 


51 


17 


Maple Hts. 
South 


m- 


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Bedford 


54.i^H 


Brush 


f^5 


25 ^H 


Mayfield 


45 


39 wm 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOSl 13 J^^H 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 9 .^^M 


LEAGUE FINISH: fifth 


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Angela Miklavcic, Kelly Smith and Jennifer Hall turn and begin running down the 
court so they can be ready when their opponents bring the ball down. 

Katie Bauer and Kelly Smith watch Angela Miklavcic put the ball up for two points. 

Jennifer Hall takes a shot from the outside as Margy Mihalic watches. 

Katie Bauer drives in for a layup as the defender tries to stop her. 



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Jennifer Hall goes up for a lay up while Angela 
Miklavcic and Sharon Hollis wait to see what is going 
to happen. 

Angela Miklavcic has her eye on the basket as she gets 
ready to put the ball up for two. 



Kelly Smith getting ready to pass the ball to a 
team mate. 





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Girl's Basketball 














I 



Tennis showed slight 
mprovement over previous year 




The 1994 Varsity Girl's Tennis 
Team once again attempted to 
fulfill Coach Pete Swope's motto 
of the 3 C's: Control, Command and 
Confidence, but only placed fourth in the 
G.C.C. The girls played well, and al- 
though the record doesn't show it, lost 
many tough 3-set matches, and had team 
scores of 2-3. Leading the squad were 
senior co-captains Janeen Miklowski and 
Leah Walczak (Most Valuable Players) at 
first doubles, who held one of their own 
best personal records. Returning under- 
classmen included sophomore Maryann 
Oroz at first singles, Cathy Gibbons and 
Jennifer Hrovat alternating at singles' 
positions, and the dynamic duo of Angela 
Meros and Kristina Geiger at second 
doubles. With Meros, Geiger, Oroz, 
Gibbons, and Hrovat returning, ne.xt 
year's team should continue to improve, 
while Mr. Warman's J.V. team will also 
improve. 

-Janeen Miklowsld 



GIRL'S VARSITY TENNIS | 


ITEAM 

1; PnsvU. Harvey 


US 


THEM 


5 





Geneva 


2 


3 


Nordonia 


2 


3 


feBrush 





5 


6 Chagrin Falls 






1 St. Joseph 


2 


3 


? Will, South 


2 


3 


Beachwood 





5 


, East North 


3 


2 


I'Mayfield 


3 


2 


' Wickliffe 


4 


1 


Nordonia 





5 


Brush 





5 


Twinsburg 


2 


3 


Will. South 





5 


Perry 


3 


2 


East. North 


3 





Mayfield 


1 


4 


SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 12 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 7 


LEAGUE FINISH: fourth 





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Gill's Tennis. Row one: Cathy Gibbons, Theresa Parey, Veronica Radolovic, Katie Bauer, Allison Hrovat, 
Jenny Mc Creight. Rov\ two: Coach Swf pe, Kristina Geiger, .Jennifer Hrovat, Kristi Zevnik, Janeen 
Miklowski, Maryann Oroz, Angela Meros. 







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Tennis 









Janeen Miklowski getting in an overhand shot while 
Jennifer Mc Creight watches the ball after she hits it. 



GIRL'S J.V. TENNIS 


TEAM 


US 


TMEM 


Pnsvll. Harvey- 


4 


l'^ 


Geneva 


4 


1 


Nordonia 





3 


Brush 


3 


2 


Chagrin Falls 


1 


4 


Will. South 


2 


3 


Beachwood 





5 , .,,:,,,-,,,,<.3^ 


Wickliffe 


4 


1 : ;^^^^ 


Nordonia 


5 


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Brush 


2 


' ^ m 


Will. South 


2 


3 ; ^ 


Perr^' 


,5 





East. North 


5 


Olforfeit) 


Mayfield 


Rain 




PnsvU, Harvey 





5(forfeit) 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 6 



mn 





m 




.^ Panther golfep 

uch improvement over last year 



Golf. Row one: Pat Grisez, Bud White, Mike Doyle, Jay Kletecka, Tim Fogarty. Row two: Jim Naro, Jay 
Bojc, Mike Mukavetz, Aaron Boyce, Brian Gecewich, Kevin Evans, Coach Bob Ramlovv. 




The Panther golf team finished 
with a 10-6-1 overall record 
wliich gave them a fourth place 
finish in the G.C.C. and was a vast 
improvement over the 5-7 record that 
they posted the previous year. Sopho- 
more Bud White had a strong season by 
finishing first in the G.C.C. tournament, 
averaging 40 shots per match, and being 
selected to the all G.C.C. team. Another 
sophomore, Adam Ayer averaged 42 
shots and had a fine season. Senior 
Aaron Boyce and Junior Joe Bojc 
played great as they battled for the #2 
spot all year. Team leaderslup was found 
in Jim Nero who was captain of the 
players. Jay Kleteclia, Tim Fogarty and 
Kevin Evans were other golfers who 
earned letters for their fme year's work. 
With tlie team losing only 2 seniors, 
they will be looking for even more 
improvement next year. 

-Adam Ayer, Bud White, Kevin 
Evans 



Bud Wliite sends the ball off the tee with one of his 
mighty drives that earned him all G.C.C. honors. 
Joe Bojc making good on a long putt. 





VARSITY GOLF ^ 


TEAM 

"Nordonia ^ 


US 


™^J^ 


East. North 


169 


163 


Maple Hts. 
Will. South 


167 
171 


^'216 ■ 
174 


Shaker Hts. 


188 


.185 


Bedford 


178 


V- 185 


Brush 


154 


166 


Mavfield 


186 


162 . 


Gilmour Aca. 


179 


157 


Nordonia 


170 


176 


East. North 


160 


160 


Maple Hts. 


165 


207 


Chardon 


176 


169 


Bedford 


165 


195 


Bn.ish 


167 


_ , 168 - 


Mayfield 
Wm. South 


157 
172 


182 
182 


SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 6 TIE 1 1 


G.CC. RECORD WON 10 LOST 3 TIE 1 | 





43 




Golf 











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I he 1994-95 Boy's Swim Team had 
an outstanding season. Led by 
Coach Joe Rodriguez, they 
repeated as G.C.C. Champions for the 
first time since 1982. Co-Captains, Kyle 
Bush and Jim Belanicli helped guide the 
team to an overall record of 7-5 and a 
G.C.C. record of 3-1. The backbone of 
the team consisted of seniors Miice Swyt, 
Kyle Bush and Jim Belanich and 
sophomores Rich Belanich, Scott 
Simmons, Todd Lapp, and Jim 
Coleman. Help was provided by under- 
classmen Paako-Obeng, Jason Waina, 
Chris Slagle, Bryan Scheider, Mike 
Reilly and Martin Tomsic, many of 
wliom made vast improvements over the 
course of the season. Also helping the 
team were divers Chris Molakakis, 
Fritz Streiff and Dan Nainiger. 
-Mike Swyt 




Boy's Swimming, Row one: Todd Lapp, Chris Lego, Martin Tomsic. Row two: Brian Sciieider, Scott 
Longazel, Jason Waina, Kyle Bush. Coach, Joe Rodriguez. Row three: Mike Swyt, Jim Coleman, Fmi 
Schlishman. Rich Belanich 



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Mike Swyt diving into 

the water at the 

beginning of a race 

and Jim Belanich 

starting off in the 

water at the start of his 

race. 







44 






Swimming 











BOY'S SWIMMING 




TEAM 


US 


THEM 




Berea 


69 


114 




St. Ed 


112 


65 "iil 




University 


62 


118 ^i^^k 




Madison 


65 


36 '^^H^ 




Fairview 


46 


'^^Hk 




Maple Hts. 


124 


l^H 




Mentor 


76 


106 MlH 




Riverside 


131 


28 |4H^K 




Brush 


76 


107 fHRft 


■k 


Mayfield 


114 


53 i^Jn 


■ 


Bay 


104 


^Vl 


w 


Bedford 


97 


80 >'i-~ "5" 


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SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 5 




G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 1 




LEAGUE FINISH: 


first 










Girls swim to a perfect 12-0 record 




The 1994-95 Lady Panther Swim 
Team reclaimed the Greater 
Cleveland Conference title by 
going undefeated during the regular- 
season and then taking first place in the 
G.C.C. meet. Mrs. Joan Bush, who has 
been the girls' coach for the past four 
years did an excellent job of motivating 
the girls to do their best at every meet. 
The lady panthers had depth, talent and 
worked very well together which were 
some of the reasons for the team's 
success. The many underclassmen should 
insure that the team will do well in future 
years. 

-Mary Wolf 



jirl's Swimming, Row one: Jamie Piscitello, Trish O'Hara, Nicole Schumer, kristina Geiger, Deanna Lauver. 
low two: Patti Carpenter. Coach Joan Bush, Tracy Martorello, Jessica Doyle, Casey Mc Redmond, Maryann 
iVilson, Georian Peric, Marty Garzinskas, Gina Prodan. Row three: Kate Bechtel, Becky Hren. Lauren 
<'reeman, Allison Metti, Megan Westphal, Allison Fredrick, Brenda Moyer, Mary Wolf, Christine Parey, 
^aurie Mitskavich, Amanda Dodge, Kari Wallette, Shona Mc Cune, Katie Walker, Dana Vance, Megan 
r^oyne, Jennifer Waina 



Megan Westphal and Trish O'Hara showing the 
good form that enabled them to help the diving team 
have such a success. 





Ihristine Parey showing her backstroke. 
leorian Peric stroking her way through the water. 



■' 


GIRL'S SWI1V1MIN(; | 


TEAM 


US 




THEM 


Berea 


103 




83 


Beaumont 


1.^0 




52 


Hathaway 


116 




67 


Madison 


66 




35 


Fair\'iew 


67 




35 


Maple Hts 


132 




41 


Mentor 


104 




82 


Riverside 


130 




43 


Brush 


117 




68 


Mayfield 


98 




88 


'■:'My ,:;, 


117 




68 


ieiedfora 


134 




51 


SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 


LEAGUE FINISH: 


rirsf 








45 




Swimming 











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The boy's cross country team didn't 
do quite as well as they did the 
previous year. This year they lost 
one meet whereas last year they were 
undefeated. Their only problem was with 
North who beat them both in the dual 
meet and at the conference meet. The 
Panthers partially made up for it by 
defeating them at the District and 
Regional meets. The leading times were 
run by Senior Ken Schuster, (All G.C.C., 
District, News-Herald, Regional and 42nd 
in the state). Junior, Tim Carney, (All 
G.C.C., District) was another important 
member of the team. Sophomores, Paul 
Glowacki, Adam Hines and Derek 
Stanic all made 2nd Team All G.C.C. 
With only one senior graduating there 
should be a good beginning for the next 
year. 





BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Cha, Falls 


20 


38 


V.A.SJ. 


16 


42 


Mayfield 


21 ^X, 


33' 


Nordoiiiti 


34 


Will. South 


18 % 


42 


■Bedford 


1- £'50,; 1 


East. North 


29 


26 


Brush 


15 


40 




INVITATIONALS | 


Walsh Invit. 
Maloiie Invi 


3/16 
t. 18/30 


WISSi 


VVndsworth 


4/8 


JK9Hp| 


Coaches Clas^.ic 3/12 


^^^fl 


G.C.C. 


2/8 


^^^H 


District 


1/10 


^ 


Regional 


6/58 


1 


SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 6 LOST 1 


LEAGUE FINISH 


: second 1 



Bo\ \ Cross Country: Mike Simenc, Eric Schuster, Ken Schuster, Tim Carney, Jim Coleman. Derek Stanic 
.\dam Hines, Paul Glowacki. Coach Tom Halbedel. 





46 






Cross Country 










Ken Schuster and I im C arney 

ran so fast that they probably 

appeared like this to many of 

their opponents. 

Adam Hines and Eric 

Schuster were running togethr 

on this part of the course. 

Paul Glowacki tring to make 

time and catch up with the 

leaders. 




On July 5, the first day of Cross 
Country practice. Coach Dick 
York didn't know what to 
expect of the season. The team lost no 
members to gi-aduation and returning 
were lettermen senior Kari Wallette, 
and juniors Mary Dacar, Kathleen 
Graham, Margaret Good, Marie 
Salupo and Jamie Smialek. Sophomore 
Carolyn Gudaitis also rejoined, along 
with freshmen Becca Borchert, Erin 
Kilkenny and Jill Smialek. The girls 
worked very hard to earn their 5-4 record 
which gave them fourth place in the 
G.C.C. and an itnprovement over last 
year's season. Although they didn't make 
it out of Districts, they ran their best and 
should provide a strong team for future 
years. 

-Jamie Smialek 



Girl's Cross Countr> : Margaret Good, Jill Smialek. Carolyn Gudaitis, Erin Kilkenny, Megan Osterman, 
Jamie Smialek, Kari Wallette, Mary Dacar, Becca Borchert, Kathleen Graham, Ccmch Dick York, Marie 
Salupo. 




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GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY 



TEAM 

Cha. Falls 
V.A.SJ. 
Ma V field 
Maple Hts. 
Nordonia 
Will. South 
Bedford 
East. North 
Brush 



US 

49 
2.1 
42 
V) 
30 
37 
15 
24 
24 



THEM 

15 
40 
15 
40 
25 
22 
50 
32 
35 




INVITATIONALS 
Walsh Invit. 5/7 

Boardman Invit, 23/24 
Makme Invit. 24/ 28 

Wadsworth 8/9 

Coaches Classic 10/26 
G.C.C. 4/8 

Sim Earich Invit, 7/^ 
District 8/10 

SEASON RECORD WON HOST 4 

CC.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 3 

LEAGUE FINISH: fourth 




Kari Wallette, Marie Salupo and Becca Borchert 
and Jamie Smialek and Mary Dacar running along 
the cross country course in Chapin Forest, 



Cross Country 



47 



'"door Track prepares" 
athletes for the outdoor t 




rack seasor 



The Indoor Track team was again very 
successful. With the cross-country team 
coming off one of their best seasons, the 
distance runners did a lot to help in the 
scoring. Many young, talented sprinters like 
Lamonte Foster and Deleonte Brown 
worked together with hurdler, Co-captain, 
Bryant Clark and 1/2 railer, Co-captain, 
Jamie Willett made it a great season. Two 
distance runners that led the team were Tim 
Carney and Ken Schuster. The girls, led 
by Co-captain Roschell Ashley accom- 
plished much in the sprint events with 
Kisha Phillips and others. 

-Ken Schuster & Jamie Willett 





Stretching out before competition is a very important factor in avoiding injuries in any sport. Here are Indoor Tn 
Captains. Roschell Ashley, Ken Schuster and Bryant Clark leading the squad in exercises before a meet. 





48 






Indoor Track 









Carlos Prince finishing first in his heat. 

Ken Schuster and Tim Carney running together. 

Richard Wynn clearing the hurdle. 




Lamonte Foster winning his heat during the meet. 




ndoor Track. Row one: Lamonte Foster, Lakisha Phillips, Tim Carney, Jill S»ansej;ar, Jamie Willett, Angelec Fears, Paul Glowacki, Eric Schuster. Row two: Carolyn 
judaitis, Jamel Lawrence, Antonio Davis, Mike Simenc, Tshombe Fisher, Ken Schuster, Becka Borchert. Coach Bob Ramlow. Row three; Bryant Clark, Chris 
^olakakis, Tim Moriarty, Deleonte Brown, Mike Melnyk, Mike Valentine, .Adam Hines, Dontrell Callahan, Rick Cooper 



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Bryant Clark and Matt Ortman approaching and 
then clearing the high hurdles. 






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Indoor Track 











BOW 




The 1994-95 Panther cheerleaders 
had an excellent year. They 
started off at Akron summer 
camp where they made many new 
friends and earned several awai-ds. They 
were awarded a third place trophy for 
their homemade dance routine, a 
superior plaque for the entire week, and 
the most spirited squad award. This 
prestigious awai'd came with an auto- 
matic bid to the national competition in 
Walt Disney World, Florida. This was an 
excellent accomplishment for the 
cheerleaders because no Euclid squad 
had ever been able to qualify for such an 
event. 

After camp and summer were over, 
football season arrived and the girls were 
able to cheer their team on and watch 
them become Division I champs once 
again. 

The team's adviser was Mrs. Bonnie 
Smith and was led by captains Gina 
Zeman, Wendy Lapuh, Melanie 
Shippitlca, and Laura Fifolt. There 
were many high hopes for another fun 
and successful year in 1995-96. 

-Laura Fifolt 



Varsity Football Cheerleaders. Row one; Melanie Shippitka, Gina Zeman, Wendy Lapuh. Row two: Gina 
Phillips, Meghan Orazen, Christina Fabert. Row three: Laura Fifolt, Kim Petrik, Kristina Geiger, Rashand 
Lockett. 




Cheerleaders standing for singins of National Anthen 



50 




Cheerleaders 



Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Melanie Shippitka, Wendy Lapuh, Michelle Dineen. Row two: 
Nikki Barbis, Kim Schoval, Gina Zeman. Row three: Pam Jordan, Paula Sustarsic, Laura Fifolt. 




J.V. Football Cheerleaders: Jodi Dominick, Emily Bode, Annie Wein 



Varsity Cheerleaders together at a game. 




J.V. Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Annie Wein, Gina Pliillips, Megiian 
Orazen. Row two: Natalie Mc Gill, Christina Fabert, Kim Petrik. 




Freshman Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Christy Peacock. Row two: 
Amber Cogley, Kristen Choma. Row three: Becky Codec, Kelly Gavin, Karen 
Lemieux. 




Freshman Football Cheer- 
leaders, Row one: Christy 
Peacock. Row two: 
Margaret Corcoran, Kelly 
Gavin. Row three: Alison 
Stahre, Maureen Pavicic. 



Cheering at a pep assembly. 





51 




Cheerleaders 












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High school is much more than just a place to 
learn about curriculum. There are many other 
activities that the students can participate in 
both during and after the school day. Sports are some 
of these things but there are also many clubs and 
organizations that students can enjoy. If there isn't an 
organization that students are interested in they can 
get together and get an adviser and begin their own 
club. The opportunities were limited only by their 
minds. 






52 






Activities Divider 









Mary Kunes has been a Majorette for most of her years at Euchd. 

Doloris Orbanic, Carrie Mack, Fritz Streiff, Sliona Mc Cune, Tim De Wine, Meron Yimen and 

Kristina Geiger enjoy the times they had together in A.F.S. club. 

Wayne Arndt, Ed Mc Connell, Katiiy Copic, Kris Eminger, Kristina Geiger, Cliristina Fabert, Katie 

Mc Guinness, Siiaron Mollis, Kate Walker, Lindsay Freeman, Gina Zeman and Brian Udovich enjoy 

the good times at Student Council. 



Students interested in journalism get a chance to work 
on the Survey. 




Todd Vicic, Omar Coles, Shaun Holness, Joe Dula and Mike Guarnieri are interested in music and are 

members of Euclid's Marching Band which performs at half-time of the football games and in many other 

events. 

Cheerleaders, Wendy Lapuh, Rashanda Lockett, Melanie Shippitka, Tanisha Blackwell, Christina Fabert, 

Gina Zeman and Kim Petrik had lots of fun cheering for the Panther Footbal team. 



Kendra Proctor was able to participate as a Flag Corps 
member on the field during half-time. 





53 




Activities Divider 











Concert Band and 

the Orchestra make beautifu 




Concert Band. Row one: Cassandra Jones, Tina Taylor, Denise Witten, Maartje Bekenkamp, Katie Ross, Jennifer Grabianowski, Matrika Johnson, Mandy Siplock, 
Rachel Zielinski, Alana Roberts, Katie Bauer, Jenny Mc Creight, Karen Gezann. Row two: Joe Dula, Beth Weinbrecht, Jenny Cicco, Danielle Calabrese, Antonina 
Fiorelli, Richard Landsman, Reggie George, Nicole Jackson, Paula Rees, Allison Metti, Stephanie Di Blase, Gwen Wurm, Mike Zielinski, Sean Nelson, Tim Zorman 
Mike VValtermire. Row three: Josh Freeh, Tom Heuer, Don Miller, Rich Butera, Mike Rellly, Patrick Dilalla, Shaun Holness, Matt De Wine, Jason Waina, Robin 
Lausche, Todd Lapp, Todd Vicic, Lyie Steelman, Jim Coleman, Emily Freeh, Lemuel Gardner, Carlos Gillyard, Kevin Carlson Row four: Romeo Gillyard, Jamel 
Lawrence, Stacia Ketchum, Courtney Strah, David Breeze, Doug Grisard, Tim Mazurik, Carrie Sharp, David Tisi, Rachand Durrah, Nick Tirabassi, Ben Mooney, 
Martin Tomsic, Brenda Smith, Rob Latsch, Kevin Ketchum, Director, Diane Tizzano. 



Suddenly, after months of mairhing, 
standing at attention for what 
seemed like days, and playing up- 
beat, blasting tunes, students were thrown 
into a new style when marching band 
ended. Members of the Symphonic 
Concert Band had to sit still, follow 
downbeats, and played with dynamics 
other than triple forte (for those of you 
who didn't speak the band jargon, this 
meant extremely loud). 
This year the band consisted of about 70 
students who rehearsed eveiy day during 
4th period. The band played five major 
concerts duiing the year. For the third year 
in a row, in January, the band members 



played a combined concert with the 
Hillcrest Concert Band. The director, Paul 
Lawrence, said he hoped these concerts 
become a tradition. 

In March, the band took part in the Ohio 
Music Education Association (OMEA) 
large group contest. Other concerts 
included the Winter Concert, Spring 
Concert, and the All-City Concert. Many 
band members took part in solo or 
ensemble contests. Also, many students 
were involved in other musical activities 
outside of die band. The Symphonic 
Concert Band was directed by Miss Diane 
Tizzano. 

-Beth Weinbreclit 



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54 






Concert Band 









Members of the woodwinds and the brass sections add 
to the overall quality of the band. 



MANY INSTRUMENTS PLAYING TOGETHER 



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sounds 




The Euclid High School Orchestra, 
under the direction of Mrs. Lisa 
Cheshier consisted of 1 3 violins, 
4 cellos, 3 violas and 2 busses. The 
musicians practiced every day preparing 
for thek scheduled concerts. In addition 
to normal concerts throughout the year, 
the orchestra performed at the I-X Center 
and also gave a performance for the 9th 
and 10th graders. Small groups in the 
Orchestra competed in solo and ensemble 
contests. Overall, it was a fun and 
productive year for all members. 
-Aileen Glowacki 



)rchestra. Row one: Jackie Montgomery, Danielle Calabrese, Aileen Glowacki, Catliy Gibbons, Margaret 
lood, Betsy Gibbons, Jackie Young, Gina Prodan, Jennifer Cicco. Row two: Karen Gezann, Allison Metti. 
[atie Bauer, Paula Rees. Jennifer Mc Creight, Beth Weinbrecht, Stephanie Di Biase, Paul Glowacki, Joe 
)ula, Kathleen Graham, Gilbert Taylor, Katrina Sharpe. Row three: Carissa Scott, Carolyn Gudaitis, Aisha 
)trembo, Kim Kosovich, Georian Peric, Katrina Murphy, Amber Sable. Director, Lisa Cheshire. Row four: 
osh Freeh, Steve Barrett, Dave Renftle, Doug Grisard, Martin Tomsic, Lyle Steelman. 





Beth Weinbrecht and Stephanie Di Biase practice 

their woodwinds while Kim Kosovich and Carolyn 
Gudaitis practice on their violins. 



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Marching Band brings musical entertainment to football games 



Marching Band was not all hard 
work, it was also fun. What 
was it that they did in March- 
ing Band? They marched and when they 
were not marching they were practicing. 
When they weren't practicing during 
rehearsal they were tossing anything 
across the band floor, jamming with 
others on different pieces of music or just 
going crazy. 

Marching Band, on average, performed 
about 15-20 shows during the season. 
That included all the football games, 
festivals, parades and perfonnances for 
other schools. It takes a lot of work to get 
all the different instruments and people 
together into a cohesive unit and that was 
why Marching Band began three weeks 
before school began for everyone else. It 
took a lot of work to write the shows, 
learn the music and practice everything so 
it could be performed in front of the 
halftime crowd. 
-Kevin Carlson 



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Kevin Ketchum and Lyle Steelman pertorniing a solo 
durinc the halftime ceremonies. 




Stacia Ketchum, Josh Freeh, Chris Trczinsl<i, Joe Tomino, Milie Guarnieri and Franli Lewis playing during 
the roiilball rallv. 



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Band Director. Ms. Diane Tizzano. and cheerleader. 
Wendy Lapuh, watch the band perform during one 
of the games. 

Richard Landsmann, Allison Metti, Jennifer 
Cicco and Danielle Calabrese waiting for the action 
to begin. 



Omar Coles, Todd Vicic and Lyle Steelman really 
made their instruments wail during this number. 




Marching Band, Row one: Chris Puglia, Tara Van Ho. Row iwo: Kisha Jones, Dave Giancola. Jamel Lawrence, Ben Mooney, Jason Sanisa, Amy Barber Row three: 
Karen Gezann, Carrie Sharp. Row tour: Stacia Ketchum, Courtney Strah, Romeo Gillyard, Steve Caldwell, Chris Trzcinski, Josh Freeh, Rich Butera, Mike 
Guarnieri. Row five: Mandy Siplock, Rachel Zielinski, Kelley Taylor, Paula Rees, Alana Roberts, Matrika Johnson, Denise Witten, Jennifer Mc Creight Row si.x: 
Jennifer Grabianowski, Danielle Calabrese, Antonina Fiorelli, Beth Weinbrecht, Nick Tirabassi, Rich Landsmann, AIILson Metti, Jennifer Cicco, Katie Bauer. Row 
seven: Kevin Ketchum, Martin Tomsic, Rob Latsch, Chris Litwinowicz. David Tisi, Lemuel Gardner, Jim Coleman. Row eight: Joe Dula, Tim Zorman, Mike 
Waltermire, Sean Nelson, Katie Ross, Mike Zielinski, Gwen Wurm, Todd Vicic. Row nine: Shaun Holness, Omar Coles, Mike Reilly, Stephanie Di Biase, Robin 
Lausche, Matt De Wine, Pat Dilalla, Lyle Steelman. Row ten: Heather Perusek, Ericka Dennis, Le Tera Blair, Brenda Mover, Amanda Carleton, Dawn Ganser, 
Heather Mullhall, Kendra Proctor, Marissa Mukavetz. Row eleven: Maureen Porcen, Candle Ferguson, Joi Button, Megan Meizen, Shannon Clark, Lorrie Melton, 
Kanch Matthews. Row twelve: Reggie George, Christy Peacock, Kim Kosovich, Amy Repko, Mary Kunes, Paula Sustarsic, Stefanie Brown, Elizabeth Walters, 
Christy Gecewich, Doug Grisard. 





The Marching Band and Flag Corps and Majorettes 
playing in the stands during the game. 





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Euclid's 1994-95 Flag Corps began 
their season with a bang!. With 
new director, Betsy Leonetti, and 
captains Chris Puglia and Tara Van Ho 
along with Lieutenants Amy Barber and 
Kisha Jones the corps took on a fun and 
challenging year. The Corps was reduced 
to a 1 9 girl squad, but that didn't stop the 
girls from conquering eleven football 
games, various parades, festivals and a 
competition. When their 4 months of 
long, hard dedication had come to a 
conclusion, it was time to say their good 
byes to the end of yet another great 
season. Everyone was sad to see the 
seniors leave but the underclassmen 
moved up to take their places in the 
program. 

-Amy Barber 





Flag Corps, Row one: Amy Barber, Tara Van Ho, Christine Puglia, Kislia Jones. Row two; Shannon Clark, L 
Tera Blair, Candace Ferguson, Heather Mulhall, Amanda Carlton, Brenda Moyer. Row three: Heather 
Perusek, Marissa Mukavetz, Joi Hutton, Ericka Dennis, Kanch Matthews, Lorrie Melton, Megan Miezin, 
Maureen Porcen, Kendra Proctor. 




Chris Puglia performed all her routines with 
exceptional enthusiasm. 



At the last regular game of the season. Amy Barber 
and Chris Puglia were in tears thinking about their 

many memories. 
The entire Flag Corps were together during one of their 

numbers. 

Paula Sustarsic was also in tears as she was being 

introduced at the last game of the season. 





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Majorettes. Row one: Paula Sustarsic, Mary Kunes. Row two: Amy Repko, Elizabeth Walters, Stephanie 
Brown. Row three: Christy Gecewich, Christy Peacock, Kim Kosovich 




The entire Majorette Squad during their performance. 



The 1994-95 Euclid Majorette 
Squad was led on the field by 
senior co-captains, Paula Sustar- 
sic and Mary Kunes. Together they 
twirled with seniors Amy Repko and 
Elizabeth Walters, Junior Stefanie 
Brown and three freshmen, Christy 
Gecewich, Kim Kosovich and Christy 
Peacock. They perfomied in every 
football game, vtirious pep rallies, and 
continued lifting school spirit by march- 
ing through the halls. Their final perfor- 
mance was in the Memorial Day Parade 
in Euclid. During the summer at Major- 
ette Camp at Maiietta College Paula 
Sustarsic, Mary Kunes, Beth Walters, 
Stefanie Brown and Christy Peacock 
made "All American" which meant that 
they got to go to Orlando, Florida to 
peiform during the halftime ceremonies 
in the Citris Bowl. The season was an 
enjoyable time that would be remembered 
by everyone. 
-Mary Kunes 



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The Euclid Jazz Band was again 
diiected by Ms. Diane Tizzano 
and was able to perform at the 
annual Winter Concert and additional 
performances throughout the year. They 
worked together in the evening through- 
out to year to prepare for their perfor- 
mances. 





Diane Tizzano diiectirm the Ja/z Band, 



Ja// Band. Row one: Mike Zielinski. Emily Freeh, Tim Zurniun. ,Joe Dula, Mike VValtermirc, Lauren Arnoli 
Row iwo: Doug Grisard, Robert Latscti. Kevin Ketclium. Martin Tomsic, David Tisi Row three: Matt De 
Wine. .Allison Metti. Carrie Sharp, Jim Coleman, .Advlsei. Diane Tizzano. Row lour: Pat Dilalla. Marc 
Stauffer, Joe Tomino, Todd Lapp, Chri.s Trzcinski, Josh Freeh, Todd Vicic, Lyie Steelman, Mike Reilly. 




David Tisi BlowinsJ on his horn 



Jazz Band 



Kevin Ketchum showing how to make his trombone 
express itself. 



Marc Stauffer tuning up his bass with the rest of the 
group. 





...while Varsity Chorale sways to the rpn 





[Varsity Chorale, Row one: Kim Schoval, Joe Strunk, Sara Kuhen. Row two: Kevin Klocker, Fritz Streiff, 
Heatlier Kinison, Andre Mc Michael, Creig Sulecki. Row three: Tom Walker. Nicole Genovese. Colleen 
Longshaw, T. J. Grabianowski, Valerie Young, Jodi Dominick, Rachel Zielinski. Row four: Alia Crawford. 
Scott Granito, Jill Corrigan, Marc Stauffer, Cory Watson. 



Under the direction of Bea 
Grushcow and Ken Ferlito, 
the Varsity Chorale touched 
many hearts and performed in a variety 
of different places around Euclid 
including numerous nursing homes and 
elementary schools. The highlight of 
the year was having the honor to sing 
on the Morning Exchange. The Varsity 
Chorale also went to Toronto for their 
annual trip. They performed more than 
20 shows during the winter holidays 
and many more shows were presented 
during the Spring. The students 
involved in Varsity Chorale feel that 
they are a family and develop a close 
relationsliip with each other since they 
see each other throughout the day and 
after school at practices. Varsity 
Chorale was a group of committed 
people who did what they love most, to 
perfomn and to sing. 
-Kim Schoval 




Alia Crawford, Heather Kinison, Jodi Dominick, Tom Walker, Andre Mc 
Michael, Creig Sulecki, Kevin Klocker, Jason Edwardsen and other members 
of Varsity Chorale sing the National Anthem before a football gaine. 



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Varsity Chorale sang a series of songs at the Student Council Halloween Party that was 
held in the E-Room for the children of Euclid. 



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The seventh period Choialiers 
were directed by Ms. Diane 
Tizzano and included anyone 
who was interested in vocal music. 
They peifonned at the winter concert 
which was held on December 15 in the 
EHS Auditorium. 





Brenda Smith, Erin 
Vance are all dressed 
Winter Concert. 



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Choral IMasters, Row one: Marie Salupo, Dana Vance, Katie Baioni, .Julie Dacar, Dawn Ganser, Melanie 
Gilliam. Row two: Michelle Marcelli. Dawn Lo Conti, Marianne Wilson, Brenda Smith, Erin Vincenti, 
Carolyn Klocker, Natalie Mc Gill, Shayla Mc Cafferty. Row three: Emily Bode, Maartje Bekenkamp, 
Jennifer Calvert, Angela Hayncs. Erin Stern. Row four: Joe Strunk, Richard Landsman, Dave Giancola, 
Kevin Ketchum, Rick Papo, Chris Slagle, Darrell Taylor. 




Clifton Beasley practices with the Gospel Choir while 
Latricia Hollins shows her admiration for hiin. 



Choraliers, Row one: Adviser, Diane Tizzano, Sarah Kale, Rachel Ackley, Sherrie Dudley, Kochiya Mc Dadt 
Ebony Wheeler, Jessica Bowser, Shannon Woodworth. Row two: Jessica Serwatka, Kourtncy Highland, 
Tawana Young, Kimberly Jenkins, Michelle Williams, Dana Barbish, Michelle Price, Lori Mitskavich, Mrs 
Petri. Row three: Lyle Steelman, Tim Zorman, Karen Gezann, Marc Stauffer. 





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The Voices of New Life choir was 
in it's third year of existence. It put 
on a concert with the Jazz Band 
before winter vacation and performed 
during Black History month. Mr. Clifford 
Beasley was the director of the group. 



/oices of New Life, Gospel Choir. Row one: Cherie Dudley, Mamie Alexander, Latrica Hollins, Latoria Ware, 
iim Schoval, Jewell Hagood, Faith Thomas, Angelie Fears. Row two: Markeysha Harris, Twshanaa Hollins, 
iim Smith, Theresa Poindexter, Terreia Whitsett, Gina White, La Quita Hill, Andre Stewart, Maurice 
lairston, Alicia Renix, Ebony Lane. Row three: Jacqueline Montgomery, Rokita Riddle, Katrina Murphy, 
iochiya Mc Dade, Tabithy Polachek, An'DreaWoodard, Andre Wallace, Jua Adrien-Robinson, Charmaine 
!^loyd, Tamerah Williams. Row four: Michelle Price, Monique Bateman, Lauren Freeman, Tawana Young. 
Jirector. Clifton Beasley. 





Students singing along with Mr. Clifford Beasley as he 
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Euclid High School was introduced 
to a new program this year. It was 
called the Naval Junior Reserve 
Officers Training Corps or NJROTC for 
short. Euclid was one of 45 schools in the 
U. S., Japan, and Italy to begin a program 
in 1994 and one of the 360 active units 
established since 1966. NJROTC was 
about ships - vScholarship. Citizenship, 
and Leadership. Not only did cadets learn 
about the military but, more importantly, 
they learned about themselves. Com- 
mander Tomsk and Sergeant Major 
Isaacs assisted the cadets with organizing 
many fun filled field trips like the time 
one of the Blue Angel's pilots came to 
speak to the group about flying. After a 
brief stay with the Blue Angels they got to 
go to Burke Lakefront's special VIP 
section to see the Blue Angels in action. 
Their rifle team and Academic team were 
proudly able to represent EHS in National 
Competition. The Color Guard performed 
during the Homecoming game. Many 
cadets were also able to participate in 
Honor Details during the football season. 



The Color Guard also carried the flags for 
the Cavs vs. Golden State game at the 
newly built Gund Arena. After a few 
months of drilling and learning standard 
regulations cadets were promoted to 
positions of higher responsibilities. Some 
of their responsibilities were to arrange 
field trips such as sea craises aboard Naval 
and Coast Guard vessels and visiting 
Naval and other military facilities in 
different states. Many of them were in 
charge of certain departments such as 
Administration, Supply and Operations 
and such jobs as Public Affairs Officers, 
Armory. Platoon leaders. Squad Leaders, 
and Mustering Petty Officers. NJROTC 
was worth giving a try because partici- 
pants learned many interesting things in a 
multitude of subject areas and about 
themselves. They got a chance to experi- 
ment with Leadership styles and learned 
management through application and trial 
and error. All of this and they got to have 
fun while doing it. 
-Regina Motiejunas 




NJROTC cadet.s drilling in the E-rooni on a Saturda; 
morning. 

Third Period, Second Platoon, Row one: Scott 
Longazel, Joe .lanosik. Row two: Romeo Gillyard, 
Kelly Gavin, Michelle Kumel, Paul Solema, King, 
Janice Pavlica. Row three: Michael Mc Donald, 
Steven Higham, Andrew Aquilano, Jennifer Leple 
Djranell Henderson, Nicholas Marek, Kevin 
Carlson, Dontell Mc Michael. Row four: Patrick 
Bujnocki, Casey Arp, Jeffery Schill, Chris 
Molakakis, Andy Eminger, Tom Deister. Row five 
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First Period, First Platoon, Row one: Dwight Schied. Row two: Brenda Volpe, 
Brandi .Jones, Frederick Kope, Marquis Still, Regina Motiejunas, Mike 
Kreischer Row, three: Kevin Crosby, Dominic Rufo, James Alexander, Mark 
Frederick, Cavan Vannice. Row four: Robert Rogers, Mike Reksten, Tyisha 
Tomlinson, Lynn Bell, Charles Galati, Jessica Nelson, Joe Trobenter. Not 
pictured, Carrie Birdsong, 





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Demetrius Dowell, 

Dontrell Callahan, 

John Morris and 

Dwight Schied were the 

color guard and one of 

Euclid's football games. 



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New program gives Eucljd 
students a chance to learn about military lite 





Get in formationi 



Fourth Period, Third Platoon, Row one: Demetrius Dowell. Row two: John Morris, Colleen 
Longshaw, Marianne Wilson, Doraja Lake, Tamsen Taylor. Row three: Markus 
Garlauskas, Brian Mitchell, Mike Mukavetz, Alan Rice Row four: De Onte Rucker, Louis 
Lindic, Adam Perusek, Rodney Forbes, Curtis Koeth. Not pictured, Damon Blunt, Danielle 
Ebright, Allen Robinson, Willie Robinson, Melanie Shippitka, Charles Walker, Thomas 
Walker, La Gina White. 




Seventh Period, Fourth Platoon, Row one: Kevin Gray, Angela Haynes, Kevin 
Hendrickson, Pandora Dana, Nakeshia Duke, Ryan Heramb, Johnathan Davis, 
Ralph Poole, William Gast. Row two: Deanna Lauver, Randolph Hammond, 
Israel Jackson, Bradford Armstrong, Tamsan Taylor, Michael Zdanowicz, Eric 
Raphael, David Rogers, Joel Williams. Row thiee: Terence Rohike, Demetrius 
Harris, Casey Carmichael, Daniel Zbiegien, James Humar, La Tasha Gibbs, 
Dontrell Callahan. 




Eighth Period, Fifth Platoon, Row one: Randolph Deramus, David Hance, Angel 
Duncan, Damion Sawyer, Carlos Gillyard. Row two: Craig Heiss, Charles 
Ceranowicz, Stewart, Edward Ceranowicz, Vytas Saldunas, Christopher 
Sheehan, Allison Fredrick. 

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Petty Officer, Dontrell Callahan, talks with Sgt. 
Rowe during drill practice. 
The fourth period class practicing their drills in 
the parking lot. 





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for students who need t 




If you had a free period in your 
schedule, you might have thought 
about being a cHnic aide. Clinic 
aides had the opportunity to spend a 
whole period providing their services to 
students who needed them. The begin- 
ning of the year was the most hectic 
because of all the incoming freshmen but 
as the year progressed it became more 
routine. The job of a clinic aide consisted 
of getting students out of class for 
physicals, hearing and eye tests and 
doing mail runs. It was a really good way 
to meet a lot of the people in the school. 
The health aides, Mrs. Donata Schulz 
and Mrs. Mickey Segulin provided 
endless help and amusement for the 
aides. 

-Kelly Smith 





Clinic Aides. Row one: Katie Kunsman, Erin Stern, Denise La Rich. Row two: Jill Corrigan, Kelly Smith 
Olen Steelman. 



Christy Zevnik takes Tiffany Harmon's temperature to 
see if she is sick. 

Kelly Smith gets some vital measurements such as height 
and weight from Margy Mihalic during a physical. 





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S,A.D.D. wants all students to be responsible 



Every year thousands of teenagers are injured or 
killed because of drinking and driving. The 
purpose of S.A.D.D. (Students Against Driving 
Drunk) was to get the message out to the students that 
driving and drinking should not go together. Before the 
winter break members passed out to all students red 
ribbons to be worn as a reminder to not mix driving and 
drinking. 

Kids on the Block was a group of students that used 
puppets and performed at various elementary schools and 
tried to get a message across to the children about a 
variety of subjects such as name calling, divorce and drug 
use. Mrs. Joan Paskert was the adviser for the club. 



,( drink 



"and drive 



Lydia Urh practices with her puppet for the show that 
she is going to present to the elementary schools. 




l.A.D.D. members Lydia Urh, Katie Clark, Freddy Blatnik, Brian Arndt, Landon Proctor, Fritz Streiff, Tim 
)e Wine. 



Vdviser, Joan Paskert, helps the members decide what 
liey are going to do to try to get their message to the 
chool. 





Lydia Urh, Kellie Smrdel and Tim De Wine help 
Mrs. Joan Paskert prepare for the year. 



Office Aides help l(eep the offices functioning 



There were many jobs that had to be done by the different 
offices at Euclid High School and it was the Office Aides 
who helped make those jobs manageable. The Office Aides 
gave up one or more of their study halls so they could help the 
secretaries in the different offices throughout the school. They 
helped the staff with filing, attendance reporting and running 
around the halls to give messages to teachers and students. They 
decorated the offices and made them a more enjoyable place to be. 
The school would not have mn as smoothly without them. 



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Office Aides. Row one: Heather Scott, Amanda Carlton, Mary Kunes, Katie Mc 
Guinness Row two; Lori Dean, .Jennifer Smith, Katie Baloni, Amy Hodder Row 
three: Beclvy Boos, Casey Mc Redmond, Ehzabeth Sterl, Meryann Bruketa Row 
four: Gina Zeman, Angela Meros, ,|ohn Scarniench, .Jennifer Hrovat. Row five: 
Ericia Reiter, Lauren Hadyk, Jennifer Kascak, Catherine Petty. Row six: Olen 
Steelman, Barry Grisez, Jeff Morris. 



More Office Aides. Manicka Collins and Jameka 

Bloom and Courtney Telich and Dana Malaney. 

Heather Nickell and Angela Meros .sorting passes in 

one of the offices. 




Office Aides II. Row one: Jamie Greskowiak, Amber Cogley, Kathy Stobierski, 
Becka Borchert. Row two: Paula Rees, Rich Figuero, Colleen Taylor. 






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Key Club is a national organization that help others 

ey Club was an international sei-vice organization in which 
members leai^ned the true meaning of the word sendee. It's 
purpose was to of service to the school and the community. 
They collected food and money for needy families, and sponsored 
many worthwhile activities. Tom Walker was the President of the 
club and Mr. Allen Black was its adviser. 




Menihcrs of Kc\ Club Kmi n x\ lial new pnijects arc Wwvi phinm 




Courtney Sharp, Emily Bode, Ben Mooney, Jason Edwardsen and 
Kathy Copic enjoy what is going on at a meeting. 
Marie Salupo gives a report to tlie rest of the members. 



Nick Siefried, Jason Edwardsen, Chad Shuskey, Paul Glowacki and Kathy Copic are 

important members of the Key Club. 




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What did you do on Thursday evenings 
during the winter? That question vvas 
easy to answer for members of the 
Euclid High School Ski Club. They were out 
learning to ski at Boston Mills Ski Area. The school 
program allowed inembers to ski every Thursday 
that there were skiable conditions tliroughout the 
season. Students were able to take lessons at every 
session if they wanted to or just go out and ski if 
they already knew how. About a quarter of the 
members had their own skis hut most of them got 
their equipment at the ski area. Ski club gave 
sttidents who were not nomially able to ski with 
friends or family a chance to learn to ski and be with 
a lot of other people in the same situation. Ski Club 
was for beginners. Everyone took lessons and was 
able to progress to a higher level of .skiing ability 
after just a few sessions. Adviser, Bill Von Benken, 
remarked "It's just .so enjoyable to watch the 
beginners come out and struggle at first but have so 
much fun doing it and to progress to a point of much 
higher enjoyment and proficiency throughout the 
season. Skiing does this since it is such an unnatural 
act. Everyone begins as a klutz, but no matter what 
level you ski it is so much fun as witnessed by the 
smiles on the students faces." 



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"It's fun and I 
think everyone 
should join. 
Everyone should 
learn how to ski. 
It's something 
you should know 
in life" 
Laura Fifolt 



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Yashiko Nakano, Jamie Smialek, Helene Schwartz, Kristen Sacko, Jessica Sas, IVIike Praskavieh, Paula 
Sustarsic, Jamie Codec, Danielle De Boe, Mike Swyt, Josh Holland and Jamie Willett meeting with their 
instructor for their first lesson. For many of them this was the first time they ever had skis on. 




Doug Zeman, Kevin Evans and Gina Zeman had 

their own skis so they were able to go out skiing right 
away but they later took lessons to improve their skills. 



Lindsay Freeman getting ready to put her skis on so 
she can enjoy an evening of sliding on the hills. 



Ski Club 




"I just started skiing and 
I'm learning. ..I'll be 
better by the end. It's fun 
when you can't ski and 
it's funner when you can 
and you can have fun 
even if you can't ski well. 
1 got better." 
Mike Praskavieh 





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memories for a lifetime 



This year's Euclidian, aptly titled 
Look At It This Way, displayed the 
numerous changes in the 1994-95 
school year. Students involved with the 
Euclidian assisted the production by 
selecting and identifying pictures, updating 
data, tallying responses in questionnaires, 
writing stories, and running errands to the 
offices. The yearbook showcased the many 
events and activities of Euclid High School, 
and allowed student and faculty input. 
-Janeen Miklowski 



Angela Miklavcic working on page layouts on the computer while Stacie and Becky Glavan take a break after 
writing several stories. 





Marianne Wilson helps out by filling envelopes with 
yearbook information while Janet Fonovic works on a 
story. 




"I wanted to work on the yearbook this year 
since I am graduating. I wanted to be a part of 
preserving my own special memories." 
Jewel Hagood 



Sylvia Eler and Janeen Miklowski devoted much of their time to the yearbook production. They also helped in the 
sale of the yearbook by taking orders for the books in the cafeteria during the lunch periods. 






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,.„...E. wants eveiyoni 

to help keep the earth 




Students Against Violating the 
Earth was Euclid's little known 
environmental group. It consisted 
of approximately ten members with only 
one returning from last years group. 
Their major projects during the year 
included a larger aluminum can recy- 
cling program and Adopt-a- Wolf and 
Adopt-a-Dolphin sponsorship. They 
also begtm a major paper recycling 
campaign making Euclid one of the first 
large high schools in Ohio to achieve 
that. With their adviser, Ms. Barbara 
Breeden and all members returning next 
year, they planned to expand their 
recycling projects to more Euclid 
students and become more active in the 
community. 

-Angela Miklavcic 




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Superintendent i>l Schools. Mr. Kurt Stanic watches as Euclid Principal. Mr. 
Robert Knuth receives a checlc for S2500 for the athletic teams from Euclid 
Square Mall after students participated in a fund raising walk-a-thon. 



Adviser. Ms. Barbara Breeden give ideas to the group while Kathleen Graham and 
.Angela Miklavcic try to do the most with what resources are available to thcni. 



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S.A.V.E. member. 
Angela Miklavcic. 

looks through the 

National Geographic 

Atlas of the World to try 

to find out different 

ways that she can help 

to preserve the world 

that we know. 








Sports 

keep the teams'in top 




Dana Vance, Katie Baioni and Hannah Davis were trying to help Antoine Kemp as much as they could. 



The Sports Aides were students 
who assisted the football, 
basketball and hockey teams. 
Their main responsibilities included 
supplying the athletes with refreshments, 
first aid and any thing else that they 
might be needing. They did many of the 
little, unrewarding tasks that were 
necessary to keep the activities moving 
smoothly. 

-Janeen Miklowski 




Alter injuring his leg, Steve Duncan was administered 
to by trainer. Wendy Case and the sports aides. 




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Erin Vincent!, Betli Kramer, Lisa Primosch, 
Hannah Davis and Katie Baioni helped the football 
team post an undefeated regular season. 



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Future Educators of America was 
looking out for America's future. 
Under the dii^ection of advisers 
Mr. Frank Jablonski and Mrs. Judy 
Zubizarreta, and president Jenna 
Brzeczkowski, F.E.A. helped interested 
students prepare for a future in teaching, 
school administration or school counsel- 
ing. Some of the activities that the 
members participated in were bake sales 
and shadowing teachers in the middle 
and elementary schools. 
-Tara Van Ho 





F.E.A. members Christina Marcelli, Jenna Brzeczliowski, Tara Van Ho, Mary Kiral and Carrie Howell 

listening to Adviser. Frank Jablonski. explain what will be going on throughout the year. 



Poetry Club lets students express themselves through verse 



Poetry Club was begun last year by 
some students who were inter 
ested in reading poetry. It contin- 
ued this year under the direction of 
Advisers Barbra Spiga and Joyce 
Russo. During meetings, members read 
poetry that they have enjoyable or read 
verses that they have composed during 
the year. 





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Poetry Club members. Valerie Spears, Jon Schied, Leah Walczak, Rafael Brown, Gwen Wurm and Amand 
Davis and Advisers, Barbara Spiga and Joyce Russo listen to poetry at a meeting. 



Gwen Wurm show the rest of the group a good book that she has discovered. 






Close Up gives studeSs 
a chance to see how gove 




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' ant to see how the govern 
ment runs? Then Close Up 
was the club for you. The 
members of Close Up sold candy and 
did other things to raise money for their 
annual trip to Washington, D.C. in the 
spring. There they met with other Close 
Up groups from around the country and 
visited many historic places in the 
nation's capital and attended meetings of 
the Congress and the Senate. They were 
able to see the government process close 
up. Mr. Wayne Smith was the adviser 
for the group. 



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Wayne Smith as he describes what has to be done in order to participate in the trip to Washington. 




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1 Wai Napolo, Jenny Mc Creight, Margaret Good, Junior Show Director; Shannon Moore, Jessica Kochis, 
' Adrienne Chinni. Historian; Karen Gezann and Kristin Kish, Co-Presidents; Maartje Bclienkamp, Sarah 

Rojeck, Mandy Siplock. Secretary; Chris Puglia, Treasurer; Paula Rees. Not Pictured. Jessica Adams. Senior 

Show Director. 



What "Wai Napolo" means, 
you may never know. But 
you could know what they 
did. Wai Napolo was Euclid High 
School's synchronized swimming club, 
made up of under 20 members. Every 
May, they performed a spectacular 
water show made up of many group and 
individual routines. This year, they 
swam to showtunes. Mrs. Katie Morris 
was the adviser for the group and 
Karen Gezann and Kristin Kish were 
Co-Presidents. 
-Kristin Kish 




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Culture Club helps students understand foreign life style 



Culture Club was organized this 
year to meet the interest of 
Euclid students in foreign 
cultures. Mrs. Ingrid Koenig was the 
adviser. Meetings were infoimal, but 
productive as membership was small. 
This year the Culture Club offered 
foreign language tutoring through the 
help of foreign language teachers and 
student volunteers. The club also had a 
holiday party and went on cultural field 
trips, such as a visit to a Japanese 
restaurant. More activities were planned 
for upcoming years. 
-Jewel Hagood 




Culture Club niemheis. Allison FitzGerald, Dave Masek, Leah Walczak and Tim De Wine waiting for ttie 
meeiine to beein. 




Tim De Wine, Dave 
Masek, Leah 
Walczak and Allison 
FitzGerald wait for 
Mrs. Koenig to begin 
the meeting. 



Steve Riek, Dave Masek and Jewel Hagood composing signs to be hung in the hal 



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Ebright works 

on her sign 

while Katrina 

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Mrs. Ingrid 

Koenig about 

what will be 

going on at the 

meeting. 



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culture. 





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Library Aides help keep the Library in order 




Numbering only two, the 1994-95 
Library' Aides had to work 
diligently to help keep our 
school's library neat and orderly. Their 
main responsibilities included shelving 
library materials such as books, maga- 
zines, and pamphlets, while maintaining 
the library. As always, the library aides 
looked ahead to their annual picnic at 
Memorial Park in the spring. 
-Janeen Miklowski 



library Aides. Najah Weeams and Erin Brzezinski 

Aforking in the library. 



Najah Weeams and Erin Brzezinski replacing 
material that the .students v\ho have used the library 
ha\ e returned. It is important for the material to be in 
the correct place or else no one will be able to find it. 



Eucuyo publishes the creations of Euclid students 




m iiicuyo was an award-winning TlH 
ri literary magazine, showcasing the 
* -^ creative talents of the writers and 
artists at Euclid. Headed by advisers Mrs. 
Judy Stobinski and Mrs. Joan 
Lidrbauch and editor Leah Walczak. the 
staff raised money for expensive produc- 
tion costs in the early part of the year. 
Springtime meant choosing which poems, 
short stories, essays, photographs, and 
artwork would appear in the magazine. 
An equally difficult task was arranging 
the pieces into a satisfactory layout. The 
issue came out near the end of the year, 
proving that Euclid houses some ex- 
tremely imaginative and talented artists 
and writers. Eucuyo continued its legacy 
of expressing the thoughts and reflections 
of youth. 

-Leah Walczak 



Judith Stobinski talks to Nick Soletna, Courtney 
Telich, Kelly Hiscott and Leah Walczak about the 
jobs ahead. 



I^llison Hrovat, Jennifer Hrovat and Courtney Strah, as well as Sarah Kale and David Tisi listen to what 
will be happening throughout the year as far as Eucuyo is concerned. 



Library Aides/Eucuyo 



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Media Aides have the technology to get the information out. 



The Audio Visual Club was the 
life of the school. All of the 
movies, copies and other 
equipment were all provided by that 
club. Under the direction of adviser, 
Allen Black, the members produced the 
morning announcements as well as all 
technical portions of assemblies, 
programs and plays. Members were 
trained to use cameras, stage lights and 
sound systems. The club was respon- 
sible for delivering AV equipment, 
fixing copy machines and acting as an 
overall service to teachers and students. 
-Nick Seifried 




Tom Walker taking pictures during an assembly from 
tlie balcony. 

Dan Bergolc setting up the equipment so the P.A. 
announcers can get the message throughout the school. 




Media Aides, row one: Dan Bergolc, Scott Lawrence, Paul Solema. Row two: John Bechtel, Seth Sederholm, 
Nick Solema. Mark Browne. Row three: Mike Fuduric, Nick Seifried, Tom Walker. Row four: Ben Mooney, 
C Iiiick I'jlterson. 





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PA. announcers. Jewel Hagood, Melanie Shippitka 

and Chris Kletecka getting last minute instructions 

from AV director. Mr. Allen Black before they go on 

the air. 



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Lmy Hodder, Lakesha Buggs and Nick Seifried get ready to read their annt)uncements while Director. Mr. Allen 
Slack hangs up a background picture. 




Scott Lawrence and Nick Solema working on the 

control panel to adjust all the equipment before the 

broadcast. 

Dan Bergolc holds a white paper so the light levels 

can be adjusted while Chris Kletecka get ready for 

his announcements. 



roadcasting the school s news was 
the duty of the P.A. Announcers. 
Every day, specific students were 
assigned to arrive at school by 7:25 a.m. in 
order to prepare. Airing live, the announc- 
ers informed and updated the school on 
current events, sports, and other activities. 
With the assistance of the Media Aides, 
who set up the cameras and controlled 
studio production, the P.A. Announcers 
were able to present the school's highlights 
every day. 

-Janeen Miklowski 



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It was stimulating being involved in 
the making of the school newspaper. 
It allowed the participants to see 
how all the activities came together and 
how the production of the paper oc- 
cun-ed. From giving out the assignments, 
to seeing that they were carried out, to 
seeing the issue go to the printer, it was a 
very involved process. Of course, there 
were always surprises that developed, 
but these only ser\'ed to keep the staff on 
it's toes. 

It was also scary knowing that what 
was put in the paper was seen by over 
3500 people. You were part of a team 
that was responsible for telling people, 
whether inside or outside the school, 
what was happening with the students of 
Euclid High. Seeing the finished product 
made all the work worthwhile and seeing 
their name on a story made the staff 
members forget how many headaches 
they had to go through to get it out. Mr. 
Stan Bender was the new adviser for 
the Survey and had to learn a lot about 
how to get everything to work together. 

-Mike Pikus 




Survey Staff. Row one: Marc Orlando, ,lill Smiaiek, Katie Kocin, Dan Bergolc. Katie Salisbury, Melanie 
Bergolc, Brad Kovatcli. Row two: Chad Sliusliey. Robin Little. Christy Salisbury, Kathy Copic. Angelyn 
Mattson, Marie Salupo, Shamuire Spivey. Ad\ iser, Stan Bender. Row three: Jim Price. Jennifer Davis, Dav 
Bischof, Stacy Glavan, Mike Pikus, Janet Fonovic, Christine Parey, Erin Patterson, Erin Kilkenney. Katie 
Clarke. 




Features Co-Editor Kathy Copic and Editor-in-Chief. Christina Salisbury talk about the goals of the issues to t 
staff in order to get the assignments arranged- 




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Photo/Art Editor. Mike Pikus. talks to the staff about getting good pictures and the different kinds of artwork 
they are expecting for the next issue. 

Sports Editor, Chad Shuskcy, discusses the different sports that need to be covered in the next issue and who : 
going to be covering each one and how they should approach each problem. 




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DEC. A. Class, Row one: Jua Adriene-Robinson, Gary Dwyer, Nikki Christides, Gina Zeman, Jamie 
, Elizabeth Walters, Lindsay Freeman. Row two: Sandy Brown, Michelle Dineen, Missy Clarke, Laura 
Kevin Gray, Michael Fording, Brent Pirich, Jennifer Lepley, Christy Mahle, Adviser, Jean Jelinic. 



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This year the D.E.C.A.(Distributive 
Education Clubs of America) had 
a new teacher. Mrs. Jean Jelinic 
became the new adviser after the former 
adviser, Mr. Jim Presot moved to 
another school. D.E.C.A. was a student 
run club that coincided with Euchd's 
Marketing Education class. It was 
designed for juniors and seniors who 
were interested in a career in marketing 
and management. In their junior year, the 
students attended classes and studied the 
stock market, business finance, marketing 
research and many other business related 
activities. Seniors spent part of their day 
in school learning about everything from 
job interviewing to advertising and sales. 
During the remainder of the day they 
were employed in retail establishments 
within the Euclid area in a variety of 
retail, wholesale, of service capacities. In 
D.E.C.A., students competed against 
other high school students on the local, I 
state and national level in areas related to 
their career interest. 




Junior D.E.C.A. Class, Row one: Laura Baber, Lindsay Freeman, Vince Lombardo, Jaina Blackford, Julie 
Newsome, Doloris Orbanic, Christy Mahle. Row two: Alia Kaminskaya, Dana Finotti, Angela Koeth, Beckie 
Glavan, Dave Champa, Igor Sugar, Carmeesha Norman, Lino Sergo, Angela Meros, Heather Nickell, Megan 
Orazen, Adviser, Jean Jelinic. 



Senior DEC. A. students, Gina Zeman, Laura Baber, 
Sandy Brown, Nikki Christides and Missy Clark and 
Kevin Gray, Jennifer Copley, Christy Mahle and 
Brent Pirich learn about business practices. 







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On October 31, 1994 Euclid High School celebrated its 
annual Halloween dress-up day and many students 
came to school dressed as many spooky, scary or cute 
characters. During the lunch periods Student Council sponsored 
contests for the different types of costumes. The activities 
continued into the evening with the Children's Halloween Party 
for youngsters in the community. Student Council members 
were dressed up and there were many games for the children to 
play. Varsity Chorale perfomied several numbers during the 
evening and Kathy Copic put on a magic show. It was a wet 
and gloomy night outside but the students inside had an enjoy- 
able time. 



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Halloween 



Helene Schwartz, Heather Nickell and Meryann 
Bruketa and Liz Buchner and Aubrey 
Marunowski enjoyed themselves on Halloween. 





Jennifer Waina, Jodi Dominick, Katie Baioni and Mandy Mc Peek showing off their 

costumes at the Halloween party. 

Ann Feldkamp and Maria Negolfka are friends in costume. 

The m&m's and Hershey's Kisses are Sharon Hollis, Krlsty Praznovsky, Christina 

Fabert, Meigan Gerich, Kristina Geiger and Angela Meros. 




Kathy Copic showing off her magical coloring book during the Children's Halloween 

Party. 

Children playing musical chairs at the party. 



The members of Varsity Chorale performed at the Children's Halloween Party by 
singing several monster songs. 





A.F.S. helps students 

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A.F.S. was a club where you got a 
chance to learn about other people 
in other countries. You got a 
chance to taOc with people who came from 
other countries and visited other A.F.S. 
clubs in other places so you could commu- 
nicate with different students. 





A.F.S. Row one: Marie Salupo, Shona Mc Cune, Christina Fabert, Kristina Geiger, Heather Scott, Lindsay 
Freeman. Row two: Annette Cunningham, Tim De Wine, Marina Corlcto, Adviser. Jane Addis. Row three: 
Amanda Davis, Rafael Brown, Carlton Nash, Dan Corleto. Row four: Yoshilio Naliano, Kris Eminger. Row 
five: Candie Ferguson, Maureen Porcen, Brenda Moyer, Jessica Kochis, Mandy Siplock, Paula Rees. 




Vice-President and President, Rafael Brown and Marina Corleto getting ready to begin a meeting to explain wht 

is going to occur in thie future witli tiie A.F.S. club. 

Advisers, Barbara Ramlow and Jane Addis discuss plans with Meron Yimen during a meeting. 

A.F.S. members socializing before a meeting. 



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National Honor Society members help the school and the community 




^.H.S. Row one: Stacie Glavan, Kesha Buggs, Janeen Miklowski, Leah Walczak, Wendy Lapuh, Laura Fifolt, Mary Kunes. Row two: Helene Schwartz, Meg 
iVolchko, Nikki Christopher, Meron Yimen, Kathy Copic, Janet Fonovic, Kristin Kish, Christine Parey, Amy Hodder. Row three: Marina Corleto, Seth Sedcrholm, 
[eff Morris, John Scarniench, Christy SaUsbury. Brian Udovich, Kisha Jones, Lindsay Freeman, Rafael Brown Row four: Steve Riek, Paul Carpenter, Josh Freeh, 
iaron Boyce, Michael Banach, Greg Pesek, Karen Gezann, Jessica Kochis. 



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"J.H.S. Adviser, Mrs. Dolores Black, talks to the members of N.H.S. about what they will be doing throughout 
he year to help the school and the community. 



The National Honor Society attempted to 
become more organized in order to 
accomplish it's many goals. The group 
continued to arrange ice cream socials for 
students who achieved Honor Roll status, and 
also aided parents at Parent-Teacher Confer- 
ences. Some of the organization's community 
service projects included reading to elementary 
children during Right-To-Read week, and getting 
involved with Habitat for Humanity. N.H.S. was 
designed to recognize the school's best. Elected 
as President and Vice-President were Leah 
Walczak and Wendy Lapuh. while Janeen 
Miklowski and Kesha Buggs held the offices of 
secretaries and Laura Fifolt was the historian. 
The new adviser for this year was Mrs. Dolores 
Black. 

-Janeen Miklowski 



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"You've got to stay Conway. Don't go!", Katie Mc 
Guinness begs Fritz Streiff while rehearsing a scene 
from the play that was going to be presented in the play. 




English teacher sought fun and relaxation away from school play 



On November 17,18, & 19 "Our Miss 
Brooks'" was presented in the Little 
Theater. It was about an English 
teacher who was longing for a good vacation 
away from tlie school play, but with the school's 
basketball coach. It showed the many humorous 
moments that she had to go through in order to 
realize her dreams. 





"Did you ever dream of a real vacation?", Kathy Copic Cast. Our Miss Brooks. Row one: Michelle Marcelli, Angela Koeth, Ranessa Barrett, Mary Kiral. Row two: 



asks Lindsay Freeman, while skimming through travel 

brochures. 

"Thunder! More snow! it's a blizzard!" Kathy Copic 

exclaims to Creig Sulecl(i, Dawn Lo Conti, Michelle 

Marcelli, Mary Kiral, Angela Koeth and Ranessa 

Barrett as they create a blizzard in Shangri-La. 



Colleen Longshaw, Kathy Copic, Nikki Christopher, Fritz Streiff. Row three: Alia Crawford, Justin Barrett 
Dawn Lo Conti, Lindsay Freeman, Carl Nash, Creig Sulecki, Gilbert Taylor, Jodi Dominick, Katie Mc 
Guinness, Rafael Brown. 





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Fall Play 












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^^ast, Kiingle-Krangle and the Runaway Reindeer, Row one: Alia Crawford, Amy Howell. Row two: Michelle 
tlarcelli, Lydia Urh, Sara Kuhen, Emily Bode, Christina Marcelli, Doraja Lake, Gilbert Taylor. Row three: 
Catrina Murphy, Courtney Highland, Colleen Longshaw, Marty Urh, Craig Sulecki. Row four: Dawn Lo 
^onti. Amber Sable, Joe Marcelli, Becky Boos, Tony Carlton, Rachel Ackley. Row five: Carrie Howell, Jenna 
Jrzeczkowski, John Scarniench. 




n December 14,15,16, and 17 
Euclid presented it's annual 
Holiday Play which was written 
and directed by English teacher, Ms. 
Judith L. Carmody. Matinee perfor- 
mances were provided for the elementary 
schools and an evening performance for 
the rest of children occiuxed on Friday. 
Kringle-Krangle and the Runaway 
Reindeer dealt with the problems that 
arose at the North Pole just before the 
Holidays when two clumsy elves acciden- 
tally forgot to lock up reindeer hall and the 
reindeer escaped and were found by the 
Grumbleskins who wanted to hold them 
for ransom. They had a change of heart, 
however, and returned them in time for 
their usual holiday activities. 




Janta and Robot, CW3, gave out gifts after the performance. 

imily Bode, Christine Marcelli and Sara Kuhen are sad because the reindeer are missing. 

rhe Grumbleskins, Creig Sulecki, Marty Urh, Courtney Highland, Katrina Murphy and Colleen Longshaw 

ire plotting to steal the reindeer. 





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that gets things done 



Student Council went through a 
series of changes tliis year. A 
newly developed executive board 
allowed every class to have their own 
officers. Because of this there were many 
new faces. Though many of these officers 
lacked experience, it was made up for by 
their enthusiasm and energy. Great ideas 
from these students combined with good 
attendance contributed to a successful 
year of EHS student government. 
-Lindsay Freeman 






Student Council Executive Board, Row one: Brian Udovich, Nicole Cliristoplier, IVIelanie Shippitka, Lindsay 
Freeman, Gina Zeman, Rafael Brown, Mike Swyt. Row two: Kristina Geiger, Shona Mc Cune, Sharon Holl 
Christina Fabert, Fritz Streiff, Katie Mc Guinness. Row three: Jodi Dominick, Katie Walker, Annie Wein, 
Mandy Mc Peek. 



Matt Schmidt, Julie Ann Newsome, and Doug 
Zeman and Margy Mihalic and Lori Meden enjoyed 
themselves at Homecoming. 




Student Council 



Student Council Adviser, Diane Maroli, and 
President, Lindsay Freeman, running the meeting 





Student Council, Row one: Christy Fulton, Leah Walczak, Dana Vance, Shona Mc Cune, Christina Fabert, Kristina Geiger, Sharon Mollis, Katie Mc Guinness, Paula 
)ustarsic, Marie Salupo. Row two: Khristina Brewer, Chrissy Richards, Kelly Gavin, Jewell Hagood, Brian Udovich, Nichole Christopher, Melanie Shippitka, 
Lindsay Freeman, Gina Zeman, Kathy Copic, Rafael Brown, Mike Swyt, Bud White, Katie Baioni. Zenal Patel Row three: Michelle Kumel, Jennifer Cicco, Amy 
ilepco, Helene Schwartz, Katie Walker, Jodi Dominick, Becky Hren, Annie Wein, Fritz Streiff, Mandy Mc Peek, Vic Ferrari, Vance Klemero, Christine Parey, 
Lauren Freeman, Erin Patterson. Row four: Carlos Gillyard, Demetrius Dowell, Jay Kletecka, Christy Zevnik, Tim De Wine, Jennifer Waina, Tim Fogarty, Kevin 
Evans, Jessica Sas, Jackie Sas, Jessica Hopkins, Nikki Christides. Stacie Glavan. Row five: Dontrell Callahan, Lisa Taplin, Nino Parrino, Kim Hutton, Bryan 
Conyers, Karen Gnandt, Sarah Rojeck, Yanira Prokop, Kelly Kontra. 

On December 5. Student Council sponsored 
it's semiannual blood drive. Students who 
donated blood had to be at least 17 years old 
and weigh at least 105 pounds. Many 
students and staff members got into the good 
habit and donated their blood which was a 
big help to the area hospitals since there is 
always a need for blood during the winter 
holidays. Katie Mc Guinness, Mike Swyt, 
Rafael Brown and Lindsay Freeman are 
seen here helping Mary Kunes give blood. 
-Sylvia Eler 




Student Council's annual Halloween party 
was, once again, a great success. Besides the 
normal carnival games and animated heroes. 
Varsity Chorale performed a special 
Halloween show. Kathy Copic showed her 
stuff in a great magic show and everyone 
enjoyed the assorted refreshments. There 
was everything from princesses to Power 
Rangers. Everyone had a great time and are 
looking forward to subsequent years. Here 
you see Becky Hren and Annie Wein 
running one of the games for the children. 
-Lindsay Freeman 



Student Council 



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happening on 

the field while 

Coach Chet 

Nolan gives 

some pointers to 

Steve Duncan. 



One of the most important parts of any school 
were the employees who made everything 
happen. The staff consisted of teachers, 
administrators, secretaries, paraprofessionals, 
security guards, nurses, librarians, cafeteria workers 
and custodians without which Euclid would not be 
the school that it was. 







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English teacher, Mrs. Barbara Ramlow makes sure that her students get the basic information that is necessary 
to be productive in the English language. 




Head Football Coach Tom Banc is very interested in 
how his players are doing on the field while Jamie 
Willett, Monroe Hillsman and Carlos Prince watch 
and wait for their chance to get on the field. 



Mrs. Sally Pla tries hard to get her students to understand languages that are foreign to them. 
Mrs. Carole Niebes works with her students to help them understand English. 



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School Board members: David A. Lawrence, President, Carol De Wine. Carol 
Bechtel, Barbara E. Kramer, K. F. Van Ho, Vice-President. 



Euclid Sciiool's Administration, Row one: John P. Fell, Assistant for Superintendent 
Patti Pedersen, Business Manager; Katie M. Shorter, Director ot Human Resource 
Row two: Lowell B. Davis, Treasurer; Robert Knuth, Director of Secondary 
Education; Kurt Stanic, Superintendent of Schools; Robert Mc Laughlin, Director 
Pupil Personnel. 



Robert Knuth 

Principal 



Justin Antonini 

Associate Principal 
9th grade Unit Principal 

Ben Pasquale 

1 0th grade Unit Principal 
9th grade Unit Principal 



Mike Ward 

1 Ith grade Unit Principal 
9th grade Unit Principal 



Michelle Ayers 

1 2th grade Unit Principal 
9th grade Unit Principal 



Spencer Kane 

Athletic Director 






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Counselors help the students get where the) vianl iQ JO 




Audree Fox 

12thgrade/A-L 
10th grade/X-Z 



Brenda Barker 

1 2th grade/M-Z 
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The beginning of the 1994-95 school year saw the counselors 
in their new offices in what used to be the Panther Den. It 
also saw a new principal, Mr. Robert Knuth, who was 
announced following the resignation of two-year principal, Mr. Bill 
Scoggan. Mr. Knuth's office was moved back to where the 
principal's office was several years ago in the Administrative 
Corridor. Other changes that occurred in the offices were the hiring* 
of new secretaries to help keep track of attendance and the installa- 
tion of more phone lines so that secretaries and teachers could 
make more calls home to parents. It was felt that the way to 
improve attendance was to contact the parents at home and if they 
couldn't be reached at home then they would be called at work. 
More security guards were hired to help enforce the school rules so" 
the school could run more smoothly. 



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Robert Knuth is principal and Director of Secondary Educatioi 



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■ r. Robert H. Knuth became the principal of Euclid High School near the end of 
the summer following the resignation of former principal, Mr. Bill Scoggan 

. who left to take another job in Oklahoma. Mr. Knuth was a graduate of Euclid 
High School and has been the Director of Secondary Education since 1989. He retained 
both jobs during the 1994-95 school year. He tried to improve the school climate by 
establishing a stricter discipline pohcy and made sure that every student was aware of 
what was expected of them. 



The new principal in.stituted a dress code that 

hmited some of the clothes that students could 

wear to school. This did not, however, alter 

what Refael Brown and Fritz Streiff wore 

during Homecoming week when the students 

were to dress up in '70's fashions. 

Mr Robert Knuth getting to know Christina 
Fabert, Sharon Hollis and Kristina Geiger in 

the cafeteria. 

Mrs. Judy Mc Laughlin seems to be 

remarking to Kathy Copic about some of the 

new things that are going on at Euclid. 






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Jane Addis. English, Social 
Studies, AFS Club Adviser 
Laura Adelstein, Vocational 
Home Economics 
Alex Allan. Law Enforcement 
Susan Amato. English 
Earl Archibald. Custodian 



Bill Attamante. Work-Study 

Coordinator 

Ronald A. Backos. Biology 

Tom Banc, Government, 

Geopolitics, Current Issues, Head 

Football Coach 

Ethel Barbish, Security Aide 

John Barcza, Science 

Joyce Barrett, Vocational Home 
Economics 

Stan Bender, AP Biology, 
Advanced Biology, Honors 
Biology, Intro, to Living Things, 
Survey Adviser, Academic 
Challenge, Science Dept. 
Chairperson 

Allen Black. A.V. Technician, 
Key Club Adviser 
Dolores Black, English, NHS 
Adviser 

Mary Black. Cafeteria Supervi- 
sor 

Gene Brearton, Personal 

Computers. Math 

Barbara Breeden. Algebra 1. 

Geometry, College Algebra/Trig, 

SAVE. 

Patricia Buck, Phys. Ed. Dept 

Co-Chairperson, Faculty 

Representative, Freshman 

Volleyball Coach. 

Kendra Callihan, Mathematics 

Judith L. Carmody, English, 

Student Council Activities j 

Manager, Hiliday Play, Big 

Show Director 

Wendy Case, Sports Trainer 
Lisa Cheshier, Orchestra & Big 
Show Orchestra Director 
Angela Christopher, Main 
Office Secretary 
Marie Clark, Home Economics 
John Copenhaver, Security 
Aide 

Carmen Colaianni. Custodian 
Harold Daugherty, Health, 
Head Basketball Coach 
Kim Dixon, Mathematics, 
Proficiency Intervention, Math 
and Algebra Connections 
Terry DuBroy, Mathematics 
Michael Durbin, Math, 
Computers 





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Alex Dzerowicz, Government. 

Geopolitics, Current Issues 

Reggie Echols, Industrial 

Technology 

Charlotte Elston, Principal's 

Secretary 

Ken Ferlito. Varsity Chorale, 

Choral Masters, Big Show 

Gale Flament, Photography 



Jane Fowler, Treasurer 
Daniel R. Francetic, Plan- 
etarium, Astronomy, Physics 
Holly Freedman, Design, 
Painting, Portfolio, Art Dept, 
Chairperson 
Barbara Gates, Vocational 
Special Education Coordinator 
Ed GreisI, Custodian 

I Bea Grushcow, Varsity Chorale, 

Choral Masters, Big Show 

Tom Halbedel, Science, Head 

Coach Cross Country, Asst. 

Track Coach 

Marcy Haluska, Proficiency 

Mathematics 

Jeff Hartmann, American 

History, World Cultures 

Robert Heramb, World 

Cultures, Psychology, Boy's 

Tennis Coach 

Carolyn Heuer. American 

History 

Suzanne Hines, Latin, French 

Jo Ann Hodder, Counselor's 

Secretary 

Frank Hoffert, A. P. European 

History, American Government, 

Economics, Social Studies Dept. 

Chairperson 

Dale Hollingsworth, Science 

Dick Homovec, Physical 

Education, DCT 

Larry Isaacs, NJROTC 

Frank Jablonski, Honors 

English I, English I, Future 

Educators of America Adviser 

Jean Jelenic, Marketing 

Coordinator, DECA Adviser 

Joyce Katona, Supplemental 

Services for Special Needs 

Students 

Janice Kauffman, Personal 

Development, Life Planning & 

Family Relations 

Bill Kazen, Supervisor, I.S.S. 

Center 

Dennis Kehn, Security 

I Jan Kehn, Principal's S.secretary 

Jim Kelley. Honors U.S. History 





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Lots of things have changed at Euclid 




I new class established this year at Euclid was the NJROTC program. After graduation the participants get 
inancial help for college and can be commissioned officers in the Navy. Here is one of the classes drilling during 
leir classes. 




With the installation of a new 
principal many things have 
undergone change. There is a 
new attendance policy, a new tardiness 
policy, a new dress code, a new eating 
policy, a new parking policy, a new 
suspension policy and a new classes. The 
policies were installed to try to solve 
problems or to keep new ones from 
developing. The new attendance and 
tardiness policy was installed to decrease 
the increasing number of absences and 
tardinesses to class. The dress code was to 
make the students look better. The no 
eating in the halls and classrooms policy 
was to help keep the school cleaner. The 
parking permits were needed to keep track 
of the students who drive to school. Some 
students did not like the new policies but 
they were instigated because students 
were not following the rules. If everyone 
behaved there would be no reason to have 
rales. 



Mr. Bill Kazen was one of the teachers in charge of the 

Inschool Suspension Room which was a much stricter 

place this year. 

Chris Tratnik monitors the activity in the hallways and 

outside the school using the cameras that were installed 

throughout the school. 

Eric Stambaugh, Shannon Moore, Mekeleya Yimen, 

Mary Wolf and Meron Yimen learn about French 

foods in Mrs. Pla's French 111 class. 






(S to improve attendance 




In ati effort to improve a lowering 
attendance rate, a new attendance 
policy was adopted for the 1994 
school year. In order to implement this a 
new person was hired in the attendance 
office. Parents were required to call in if 
their children were absent, ff a call was 
not received the secretary would call 
home to find out about the absence. After 
school the teachers received an absence 
list and they would have to indicate 
whether or not there were any discrepan- 
cies between it and what they found in 
class for the day. Any differences had to 
be reported to the attendance office. The 
following morning the teachers received 
an updated attendance list which had 
some of the errors corrected. Throughout 
the day students were called down to the 
offices and had to explain why there was 
an en-or. Because of that the attendance 
list was much more accurate than in 
previous years. 




Because of the new attendance policy teachers had to go down to the Main Office right after 
absence lists and record any discrepancies. Here are Bob Ramlow and Pat Buck comparing 
their class attendance. 



school to check their 
their absence lists wi 




Kevin Carlson knows that it is important to be in school 

everyday and to follow the attendance rules. 

Heather Koczur tries to impress upon her class the 

importance of being in school every day and have a valid 

excuse if you aren't present. 

Students cannot learn if they are not in class. These students 

are in class and learning. 



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Ellen Klein. World History, 
Electronic Office, Typing, Word 
Processing 

Heather Koczur, Science 
Ingrid Koenig, German I, II, III, 
A. P. German, Cultural Club 
Karen Kozlowski, Library 
Betsy Leonetti. Spanish I, II, 
Flag Corps & Majorette Adviser 



Joan Lidrbauch, English, 
Eucuyo Adviser 
Carl Lockhart, Math 
Joan Linderman. Secretary 
Ken Lowe, English, Fine Arts 
Margaret Lucas, Librarian 



Marc Manburg, Accounting, 

Adv. Accounting, Personal and 

Business Law. Business Dept. 

Chairperson 

Steven L. Marcu, Current Issues 

and Psychology, Basketball 

Coach, Sprit Club Adviser 

Diane Maroli, Social Studies, 

Student Council Adviser. Spirit 

Club Adviser, Freshman Softball 

Coach 

Kathleen Marsh, Library Media 

Specialist 

Orlando Mason, Supervisor, 

l.S.S. Center 

Barbra Massaria. Social 

Studies 

Allan Matko, OWA, Science 

Michelle Mc Garry, Science 

Karen Mc Gill, Freshman & 

Soph. English, English as a 

second Language 

Judy Mc Laughlin, Freshman 

English, Jun. Honors English. 

Fall Play Director 

Sandi Mc Redmond, Secretary 

Edie Mellen, Commercial Art 

Mary Jane Miceli, Gerneral Art, 

Crafts, Drawing 

Raymond R. Montani, Voc. 

Automotives I, II 

Katie Morris, Biological 

Science 



Margaret Nielsen, GRADS 

Program 

Joan Paskert, CBE Coordinator, 

Vocational Bus. Dept. Algebra 

II. Math.. SADD Adviser. Kids 

on the Block Adviser 

Kathy Pasquale 

Catherine Payne 

Jo- Rita Perez, Pre-Caleulus, 

Algebra II 





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Mike Peterson, Security Aide 

Deborah Petrick, Spanish I, II 

Robert Petrovic, English I, A.P. 

English, English Dept. 

Chairperson 

Roy Pignatiello, Math, Personal 

Computers, Asst. Football 

Coach, Head Girl's Basketball 

Coach 

Sally Pla, French, German 



Ronald Powaski, World 
History, A.P. American History 
Lisa Proctor, Algebra I, 
Proficiency IVlath Intervention 
Barbara Ramlow, Jun. English, 
AFS Adviser 
Robert Ramlow, Health, 
Physical Education Dept. Co- 
Chairperson, Track Coach 
:> Charles Reno, A.P. Physics and 

;;{ Calculus 

I Mike Rezzolla 

I Penny Roberts, IVIath 

Joe Rodriguez, Physical 

;! Education, Head Boy's Swim 

Coach 

Dennis Rogers, Secretary 

Debbie Rudder, Personal 

Development, Resource 

:~ Management and Life Planning, 

:; Future Homemakers of America 

;:; Adviser 

I Joyce Russo, English 

JiSam Santilli, Typing, Keyboard- 

Jl ing, Notetaking, Freshman Boy's 

I Soccer. Girl's Basketball 

I Greg Sattler, OWE 

I Bette Schmeling, Chemistry, 

Honors Chemistry 

Cheryl Schossler, Math and 

English Intervention 



Ken Schriner, Introduction to 

; Business, Keyboarding, Personal 

Money Matters, Recordkeeping, 

: Asst. Varsity Football Coach 

Fred Schroeder, Industrial 

Technology 

Dona Schulz, Health Aide 

Pete Schwenke. Physical 

Education 

Mickey Segulin, Health Aide 

Nick Selvaggio, Law Enforce- 

; ment 

Janet Severino, Occupational 

Work Experience Coordinator 

Laura Sharp, Attendance 

Secretary 

Mike Sheck, OWA Work 

Adjustment, Asst. Football 

Coach 

Elaine Sheridan, Special 

Education Department 






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Euclid provides students with a place to learn 




In order to learn students had to be in 
a place where it was clean and the 
teachers and the surroundings were a 
positive influence. Euclid had many fine 
teachers who were concerned with the 
welfare of their students so they had an 
opportunity to succeed 




Judy Mc Laughlin, Barbara Spiga, Ingrid Koenig 

and Dolores Black watching the students dtiiing a rally 

in the gym. 

Deborah Petrick tries to get her students to understand 

the importance of a foreign language. 

Head Football Coach. Tom Banc, watches the action 

taking place on the field so that he can send in the right 

play. 

Computer teacher. Mike Durbin. explaining the 

importance of being computer literate in today's 

society. 

Brandi Wright is one of Euclid's students trying to get 

a aood education. 






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Teachers are there to help students learn 




Tom Halbedel helps his students to learn science. 

Paula Sheridan helps Shelly Lumpkin, Elnora Caldwell, Damian 

Harris, John Vegal and Joe Moore to get the basics of Home 

Economics. 

Mike Sustin wants his students to do well in his science course. 




Ron Zucca helps his students learn to use the computers. 

Kathy Pasquale helps David Harris and Joe Barzal get important 

information. 

Marie Clarke wants her students to become proficient in the 

kitchen. 






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Paula Sheridan, Foods I, III 
James Simpson. Social Studies 
Anthony Smith, Security 
Bonnie Smith. French, Spanish, 
Varsity Cheerleading Coach 
Robert Smith, Architecture, 
Advanced Drafting, Small 
Engines, Introduction to Welding 



Wayne Smith, Honors World 
History, African Asian Literature 
Frank Soltesz, Science 
Barbara Spiga, Soph, and Jun. 
English. Poetry Club Adviser, 
Peer Tutoring Adviser 
Barb Springer. Unit Secretary 
Veronica Stadler. Health. 
Physical Education 



Judith Stobinski. Sophomore 
and Senior English 
Michael Sustin. Chemistry. 
General Science. Girl's Soccer 
Coach. Girl's Track Coach 
Genese Thompson. Secretary 
Diane Tizzano. Marching Band. 
Concert Band. Jazz Band. Pep 
Band, Choraliers 
Carol Tkac, English 

CDR Joseph A. M. Tomsic, 

Director, NJROTC Program 
Chris Torrelli. Biology. 
Science. Science Olympics 
Kimberly Tribby, Spanish I, II 
Pat Turk. Security Aide 
Dennis Turkall. Honors 
Algebra II, Algebra I, JV 
Basketball Coach, Varsity 
Baseball Coach 

Bill Von Benken, Chemistry, 
A. P. Chemistry, Yearbook 
Adviser. Ski Club Adviser 
Connie Warman. Athletic 
Director Secretary 
Daniel Wensing. Personal 
Computers, Honors Pre-Calculus, 
Modem Living Math 
Phyllis Walsh. Secretary 
Rick Wherley, Chemistry, 
Honors Chemistry, Multimedia, 
Science Olympics Adviser 





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Students spent three \ei\rs as underclassmen at 
Euclid High School. During that time they 
went from being a new freshman who was in 
awe with the size of the school to juniors who were 
well versed in the operation of the building. It was a 
growing up and learning process that they all had to 
go through. It was necessary to prepare them to 
become seniors. 






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Jennifer Mc Creight works hard to improve her 
tennis game for next year. 
Joi Button shows a lot of concentration as she 
waits for her cues during a half-time perfor- 
mance. 



Erin Vincenti and Beth Kramer help out with the 
football team by supplying the players with water 
during the game. 




When the freshmen arrived at the high school they were faced 
with four years of education ahead of them. 
Ben Mooney, Randy Scott and Mike Pikus came to enjoy their 
time at Euchd Hi^h School. 




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Angela Miklavcic knows that studying is 
the only way that she is going to be able 
to succeed. 

Alison FitzGerald works hard in her 
classes but also has time to be a member 
of the volleyball and other sports teams. 
Paul Glowacki and Derek Stanic enjoy 
their time on the cross-country course. 



Rachel Zielinskl and Sarah Kale check under the 
sinks in the chemistry lab to make sure there is no one 
hiding in there. 







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The Class of 1998 came to Euclid High 
School with a sense of awe. They 
couldn't believe it was so huge. Two 
pools, two gyms, an indoor track, a 
planetarium, the E-room; there was just 
so much to it. Much time was .spent 
trying to figure out where their classes 
were and how to get there. It was hard to 
believe that in a few short yeai-s these 
freshmen would become seniors. 



Mandy Mc Peek and Lindsay Freeman watch as 

Stephanie Fox signs an interest form for Student 

Council on her first day at Euclid. Stephanie made a 

typical remark about Euclid when she said it was 

"confusing. ..big and hot" and that she was "looking 

forward to volleyball". 




All the freshmen gathered in the Auditorium the first 
day of school to learn about Euclid. 





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Emanuel Burton, Antoine Fisher and Mike Higgins enjoying their lunch on the 
first day of school. Antoine said "I enjoy the football games. ..I'm going to be playing 
tailback". Mike said "I'm playing football... cornerback like I did in middle school". 




Antony Abramovic 
Laura Abshire 
Rachel Ackley 
Robin Adanns 
Misty Amonette 
Andrew Aquilano 
Bryan Arendt 

Bradford Armstrong 
Lauren Arnold 
Michael Baker 
Rashaad Bandy 
Kevin Banks 
Andre Bankston 
Dana Barbish 

Cliff Bartlett 
Joseph Barzal 
Kristin Bell 
Lynn Bell 
Shavon Bell 
Jamil Benjamin 
Majida Besley 

Truceilla Besses 
Kristie Bialko 
Thomas Blackburn 
Jerry Blacie 
William Bluhm 
Cornelia Bogard 
Rebecca Borchert 

Denny Bosher 
Jessica Bowser 
Elan Boyd 
Calvin Bradford 
Gregory Bresler 
Nicholas Bresler 
Kristina Brewer 

Christina Brewster 
Maurice Briscoe 
Shaun Brochak 
Chameka Brooks 
Christopher Brown 
James Brown III 
Jeffrey Brown 

Kenneth Brown Jr. 
Kimyashia Brown 
Larry Brown 
Michael Bruno 
Erin Brzezinski 
William Buchannon 
Clifton Bunton 

Christopher Burrell 
Emanuel Burton III 
Frederick Bush III 
Richard Butera 
Tina Cadovec 
Jeffrey Cahill 
Daryl Callahan Jr. 



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David Calvert 

Jennifer Capretta 

Amanda Carleton 

Patricia Carpenter 

Robby Casiato 

Belicia Caves 

Charles Ceranowicz 

Leroy Champion 

Amy Chandler 

Kristin Choma 

Angelo Ciarlillo 

Jennifer Cicco 

John Clark 

Shannon Clark 

Monique Cleaves 

Tomika Cockrell 

Bridgette Cofield 

Amber Cogley 

Joseph Colantonio 

Jamie Cole 

April Comer 

Frances Connelly 

Talia Connor 

Atimu Conteh 

Bryan Conyers 

William Cooper 

John Copic 

Margaret Corcoran 

Felisha Corn well 

Deshavv'n Cousette 

Sandra Crawford 

Michael Creer 

Rebecca Crismor 

Derrick Crutchfield 

Shaun Cummings 

Alan Cvetovac 

Pandora Dana 

Bernardette Daniels 

Antonio Darby 

Richard Dattilo 

Darnell Davis 

Eugene Davis 

Howard Davis 

Johnathan Davis 

Maurice Davis Jr. 

Matthew De Wine 

Ericka Dennis 

Johathan Dennis 

Randolph Deramus 

Toni Diggins 

Patrick Diklla 

Ann Dixon 

Sean Dlugos 

Amanda Dodge 

Richard Dotson 

Rashida Dowd 






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Jessica Doyle 
Zineta Duheric 
Nakeshia Duke 
Darius Durr 
April Dworning 
Richard Echols 
Michael Echon 

Andrew Edmonds 
Ronnie Edmonds Jr. 
Keri Eiding 
Sandy Eler 
Quiana Ellis 
Yelonda Ellis 
Angelec Fears 

James Fernatt 
Antonina Fiorelli 
Charmaine Fleetwood 
Erin Flynt 
Terrance Fortson 
De Laurence Fouche 
Stephanie Fox 

Mark Frederick 
Emily Freeh 
Lauren Freeman 
Tyria Freeman 
John Fuduric 
Donna Fuller 
Raychaun Fuller 

Christine Fulton 
Erin Gady 
Charles Galati 
Jarod Ganser 
Tonya Gardner 
Lloyd Gatson 
Kelly Gavin 

Christine Gecewich 
Erica Gentile 
Elizabeth Gibbons 
Breslin Giboney 
Chacity Gilliam 
Romeo Gillyard II 
Joseph Glass 

Karen Gnandt 
Rebecca Godec 
Timothy Goerndt 
Donte Goodwin 
Jeffrey Gorman 
Rolynda Gould 
Jennifer Grabianowski 

Danielle Grande 
Brian Grant 
Ciara Greismar 
Angela Grida 
Malinda Graves 
James Grinstead 
Patrick Grisez 



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Maurice Hairston 

Lora Hale 

Ebony Hall 

Hanisha Hall 

Milton Hall 

Edward Haller 

Joshua Hammond 

David Hance 

Amanda Harris 

Damian Harris 

Desiree Harris 

Kortni Harris 

Markeysha Harris 

Richard Harris Jr. 

Terry Harris Jr. 

Tiffany Harris 

Stephany Hasberry 

Craig Hatcher 

Jennifer Hausen 

Craig Heiss 

Kevin Hendrickson 

Ryan Heramb 

Thomas Heuer 

Leshe Hicks 

Gregory Higgins 

Michael Higgins 

Kourtney Highland 

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Steven Horton 


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Allison Hrovat 

Linea Hudson 

Eugene Hunter 

Tiffany Hurt 

Azizi Hutson 

Kimberly Hutton 

Shmere Ingram 

Darice Ivory 
David Jackson 

Jonta Jackson 
Nicole Jackson 
Margaret Jakse 

James Janosik 
Amber Jenkins 

Kimberly Jenkins 

Mikia Jenkins 

Garrett Jerousek 

Michael Jochum 

Cedric Johnson 

David Johnson 

Gregory Johnson 






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Johnny Johnson 
Kimberly Johnson 
Matrika Johnson 
Riki Johnson 
Shawnte Johnson 
Michael Jolly 
Robert Jones 

Phillip Kaminski 
Kristen Kascak 
Stephanie Kazar 
Matthew Keiffer 
Sarah Keller 
Omar Kennedy 
Daniel Kerestesy 

Melissa Kerko 
Erin Kilkenney 
Jeanna King 
Jessica King 
Kristopher Klingmann 
Curtis Koeth 
Kelly Kontra 

Terry Kontra 
Matthew Koons 
Frederick Kope 
Kimberly Kosovich 
Christina Kovacevich 
Jacob Kovit 
Kimberly Kozar 

Michael Kreischer 
Michael Kulcsar 
Michelle Kumel 
Kathryn Kunsman 
Harry La Fountaine 
Denise La Riccia 
Devoncil Lash 

Barry Lawrence 
Leon Layton Jr. 
Karen Lemieux 
Ronald Lemieux 
Louis Lindic 
Eric Lorber 
Andy Ludvik 

J Damon Luksich 
Michael Madison 
Keila Malone 
Ryan Maloney 
Michelle Marcelli 
Qiana Martin 
Tracy Martorello 

Jason May 
Sean Mc Cafferty 
Allison Mc Clain 
Gregory Mc Clain 
Maureen Mc Cluskey 
Michael Mc Donald 
Mitchell Mc Donald 



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Reginald Mc Ghee 

John Mc Graw 

Robert Mc Graw 

Jakiya Mc Intyre 

La Mar Mc Kinney 

Guy Mc Laughlin 

Daniel Medves 

La Shandra Meely 

Shaun Melton 

Danielle Merritt 

Allison Metti 

Amanda Meyer 

Erica Mikolajski 

Michael Miller 

Ouida Mims 

Therese Mitchell 

Lori Mitskavich 

Jaccjueline Montgomery 

Robin Moore 

Shane Moore 

Tia-Miea Moore 

Erin Morrison 

Reginald Mosley 

Matthew Moster 

Marissa Mukavet/ 

Gerald Murphy 

Katrina Murphy 

Stacie Muzinic 

Terrance N'Dow 

Adrienne Nadvornik 

Alena Nalbandyan 

Sean Nelson 

Thomas Norman Jr. 

Lewis Nunley Jr. 

Molly O'Brien 

Cathleen O'Grady 

Matthew O'Hara 

Vencott Palmer 

Michael Paoloni 

Nina Parrino 

Zinal Patel 

Gregory Patouhas 

Erin Patterson 

Nicole Patterson 

Maureen Pavicic 

Christy Peacock 

Ozzie Penn Jr. 

Lori Penny 

Michelle Penny 

Georgian Peric 

Matthew Pettit 

Rachael Pettit 

Marcell Petway 

Jeremy Pfahl 

Todd Pfeifer 

Soulasack Phoumyyoth 




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April Piendzik 
Christian Pierce 
Theresa Poindexter 
Tabitha Polachek 
Ralph Poole 
Monica Povirk 
Artis Powell 

Rocco Preston 
Landon Proctor 
Gina Prodan 
Yanira Prokop 
Tony Radan 
Schenee Reed 
Michael Reilly 

Alicia Renix 
Amos Renix 111 
Michael Renko 
Hillary Resnik 
Sir Rafeal Rey 
Christina Richards 
Sara Richardson 

Kristi Ries 
Keith Roberts 
Allen Robinson 
Jill Robinson 
Heather Rodick 
David Rogers 
Harold Rogers 

Sarah Rojeck 
Scott Roop 
Katie Ross 
Janelle Routen 
Dominic Rufo 
Erin Ryan 
Samuel Sampson 

Bryan Scheider 
Jeffery Schill 
Carrie Schoen 
Eric Schuster 
Paul Schweikert 
Jessica Serwatka 
Shawn Shady 

Courtney Sharp 
Brian Shaw 
Jeffrey Shields 
Kimberley Shippy 
Jason Short 
Michael Simenc 
Kathy Simic 

Ivana Simicevic 
Albert Simpson Jr. 
Shelesta Sims 
Jamilyin Singleteary 
Christopher Slagle 
Allen Slamic 
Eric Smedley 



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Some (illhc class of 199X learning about what is expected of them at 
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Mike Baker talking with Hannah Davis 
and Katie Baioni about joining 
organizations at Euclid. 
Mike said that "I just want to gel 
nvolved". 



Anthony Smith 

Chaka Smith 

Kimberly Smith 

Raymond Spangler 

Christopher Sparks 

Shamuire Spivey 

AHson Stahre 

Suzanne Stambaugh 
Joel Stavange 
Adrian Stewart 
Andre Stewart 
Kathleen Stobierski 
Matthew Stout 
Courtney Strah 

Nicole Strukel 

John Sulzmann 

Jill Swansegar 

Anthony Switalski 

Davin Tabe 

Kevin Taksar 

Lisa Taplin 

Nicholas Tate 

Jamee Taylor 

Kelley Taylor 

Lakesha Taylor 

Tamsen Taylor 

Lucious Terrell 

Angela Tetter 

Alexander Tettey 

David Thomas Jr. 

Donte Thomas 

Jennifer Thomas 

Shalyn Thomas 

James Tilk 

Roseanne Timm 






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Mirl Timmons 
Nicholas Tirabassi 
Tyisha Tomlinson 
Martin Tomsic 
Jerrod Torrence 
Gevorge Tovmasyan 
January Traven 

Joseph Trobenter 
Stephanie Troha 
Christopher Trzcinski 
Lisa Udovich 
Robyn Ulle 
Michael Valentine 
Cristina Vega 

Lynn Vernon 
Terrance Vernon 
David Verrocchi 
Drina Vurbic 
Elizabeth Vurusic 
Alexis Wade 
John Wahl 

Jason Waina 
Christopher Walker 
Steven Walker 
Lydell Ware 
Taunon Warren 
Demetrius Watkins 
Najah Weeams 

Jenea Weems 
Howard Westerfield 
Vernadette White 
Terreia Whitsett 
Benjamin Whittaker 
Jennifer Wiggins 
Camille Williams 

Joel Williams 
Kalicia Williams 
Qiana Williams 
Tanisha WiUiams 
Jennifer Wilhs 
Owen Willis 
Jason Witten 

John Wolchko 
Beau Woodford 
Dante Woods 
Fa ye Wurm 
Steven Yannaras 
Allen Yasko 
Melissa Yatsko 

Jacqueline Young 
Daniel Zbiegien 
Michael Zdanowicz 
Sharon Zemba 
Geoffrey Zevnik 
Michael Zielinski 
Brian Zorman 






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The sophomore year was an enjoyable one for 
most students. The building was much more 
familiar and it was much easier to find your 
way around. After escaping from the ninth grade 
most students were able to establish themselves as 
young adults who wanted to get ahead. Many chose 
that year to become involved in the many extracur- 
ricular activities that were available such as .sports 
and clubs. 

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enjoying their sophomore year when they dressed up for Halloween. everything else he is involved in. 




Sophomores 




Caron Ahshire 
Brandi Adams 
Christina Adams 
Leah Adams 
Latasha Adamson 
jasaon Agnew 

Adrijana Alaupovic 
Jamell Anderson 
Sarah Arnold 
Brandon Ashley 
Bndgette Atlas 
Da Von Avery 

Tomika Ball 
Will Banks 
Nicole Barbis 
Brandon Barbish 
Keyonna Barfield 
Melanie Barkin 



Charles Barnard 
Ranessa Barrett 
Steven Barrett 
Kathryn Bauer 
William Becay 
Brigita Begovic 

Bryan Benak 
Melanie Bergolc 
John Bertovic 
Andrew Beuck 
Donna Beuoy 
Melikssa Bialko 



David Bischof 
laina Blackford 
Christopher Bock 
Joseph Bojc 
Daunte Bolden 
Benjamin Bolding 



Melissa Bonfiglio 
Kristy Boos 
Sommer Boswell 
Kerry Brokaw 
Adrian Brooks 
Cherria Broome 



Dale Brown 
Stefanie Brown 
Tomika Brown 
Elizabeth Buchner 
Patrick Bujnocki 
Brandi Buttari 



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David Burke 

Jason Burke 

Tiffany Butler 

Corey Callahan 

Tiarla Calwise 

Brendan Carey 

William Carleton 

Jennifer Carlson 

Casey Carmichael 

Matthew Carroll 

Laura Carse 

Eric Casciato 



Edward Ceranowicz 

Terrance Chambers 

Paige Chandler 

Aglow Ciarlillo 

Angelo Cirino 

Laura Cirino 



Christine Clark 

Darnell Clark 

Joseph Clark 

Richard Clark 

Shane Clarkson 
Sherita Coffey 

James Coleman 

Thurman Collins Jr. 

Vanessa Collins 

Jeron Cooper 

Ocurlest Cooper 

Rick Cooper 



Kizzy Crider 

Annette Cunningham 

Cory Cunningham 

Nicholas Cyganski 

Jessica D'Apice 

Jennifer David 



Amanda Davis 

Jennifer Davis 

Lori Dean 

Richard DiBartolomeo 

Stephanie Di Biase 

Carly Dillon 

Shannon Dindia 

Elizabeth Domin 

Jodi Dominick 

Sonia Dooley 

Jacqueline Doolin 

Shannon Dorsey 




Sophomores 




Sheree Dotson 
Michael Doyle 
erry Du Bose 
Rashand Durrah 
Jonathan Duval 
Jessica Earick 

Kelly Echols 
Christopher Eddy 
Mark English 
Thomas Erak 
Kevin Evans 
Vatreisha Farrow 



Ann Feldkamp 
Candace Ferguson 
Marcus Fields 
Richard Figuero 
Noella Fitzpatrick 
Samuel Fleischer 



Kelly Fletcher 
Timothy Fogarty 
Mark Fording 
Tiyona Fort 
Courtney Foster 
Lamonte Foster 



Michelle Fox 
Sean Fox 
Nicole Frano 
Johnny Frazier 
Allison Fredrick 
Jennifer Frieden 



Lisa Fulton 
Davina Gage 
Travis Gallon 
Lemuel Gardner 
Brian Gecewich 
Charles Genaro 



Reginald George Jr. 
Nicholas Geosano 
David Giancola 
La Tasha Gibbs 
Michele Gilbert 
Robyn Gildersleeve 



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Paul Glowacki 

Adam Codec 

Timothy Grabianowski Jr.' 

Derrick Grant CVT-' 

Malinda Graves ^ jf/"' 

Martel Graves 





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Jamie Greskowiak 

Mary Grieshammer 

Douglas Grisard 

Alexis Grubach 

Michael Guarnieri 

Carolyn Gudaitis 

Jeffrey Guttu 

Milton Hall 

Joshua Halstead 

Randolph Hammond 

Anthony Harris Jr. 

David Harris 



Demetrius Harris 

John Harris 111 

Maurice Harris 

Venita Harris 

Tracey Hartman 

Sharonda Hayes 



Tramico Herman 

Damien Higgins 

Ambreese Hill 

La Quita Hill 

Monroe Hillsman Jr. 

Adam Hines 



Kelly Hiscott 

Bradley Hodge 

Samantha Hoffa 

Datricia Hollins 

Latricia Hollins 

Oaticia Hollins 



Lisa Hoover 

Melissa Hoppert 

Shawn Howard 

Nicole Hrdlicka 

Rebecca Hren 

Michael Hubbard 



De Aunte Hughes 

Joi Hutton 

John Jackson 111 

Jerry Jeffrey 

Karenina Jeffries 

David Jenko 



Christine Jernejcic 

Brandon Johnson 

Fernandes Johnson 

Jacques Johnson 

Qiana Johnson 

Shawnte Johnson 





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Nicole Johnston 
Christopher Jones 
Jason Jones 
Robert Jones 
Jaime Jordan 
ivan Jurcic 

Mladen Jurcic 
Jeffrey Kasunic 
Jennifer Keller 
Amanda Kelly 
Stacia Ketchum 
lason Kimball 



Jason Kletecka 
Carolyn Klocker 
Robert Knight 
Cassandra Kolich 
Nicole Kolich 
Michael Krause 



Brian Kukla 
Elizabeth Kulcsar 
George La Cava 
Denise La Rich 
John Lally 
Heather Lamento 



Richard Landsmann 
Ebonie Lane 
Nicholas Lanzaretta 
Todd Lapp 
Eric Lassiter 
Nicole Lastoria 



Robert Latsch 
Mario Laush 
Jamel Lawrence 
Scott Lawrence 
Anthony Laws 
Dustin Leasure 



Nicole Leasure 
Andrew Lederer 
Stacy Lesefky 
Frank Lewis 
Jeffrey Little 
Christopher Litwinowicz 



Charmayne Lloyd 
Jason Long 
Maland Long 
Timothy Long 
Scott Longazel 
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■'To me sophomore year is different from 
freshmen year in a way that the together- 
ness is gone and classwork is much 
harder because is expected out of you." 
-Marianne Wilson 







"This year has been very good 
for me. I beheve this year I have 
matured more and I'm really 
ready for a challenge this year." 
-Carmekia Harris 



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"I have matured a lot over a 
certain period of time. I'm just a 
sophomore, but it doesn't feel that 
way. I feel this year is easier than 
last year as a freshman." 
-Veronica Mc Graw 





Sophomores 



Stephanie Di Biase, Jenny Mc Creight, Beth Weinbrecht and Danielle Calabrese find much warmth and 
friendship with other members of the Marching Band. 



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' any sophomores felt that 
their freshman year was a 
. time for banding together 
and forming superficial relationships to 
resist the pressures of a huge, new 
environment. After becoming sopho- 
mores, however, more time could be 
devoted to forming more intimate 
relationships that could last a lifetime. 
Sophomores looked at relationships 
differently from the way freshmen did. 
-Marianne Wilson 




"This year has been good. Not as much 
fun as last year because freshman year 
was a lot easier. Being a sophomore has 
helped me mature. The work is more 
challenging." 

-Angela Suchy 
"1 feel that the teachers treat us more 
like adults and 1 think that we have 
matured much more since last year." 
- Stacy Lesefky 





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"My sophomore year has been very 
good." 

-Sam Robinson 



Mary Greishammer, Maria Negolfka and Ann Feldkamp look to ha\ e long 
and lasting memories of their days at Euclid High School. 



Maryann Oroz, Colleen 
Taylor, Laurie Salvatore, 
Kristin Samsa, Alexis 
Grubach, Jay Kletecka, Dana 
Vance, Keith Baron, Matt 
Carroll, Kevin Evans, Rick 
Pecnik and Tim Fogarty show 
some of the closeness that 
sophomores exhibit. 






"My sophomore is so confusing I don't 
know what to do" 
-Monroe Hillsman 



Joe Strunk, Creig Sulecki, Jessica Serwatka and Rachel Ackely know that 
being friends is the only way to look at their high school years. 





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Christopher Lucido 

Makeshia Lumpkin 

Christian Mahovhc 

Qiana Manigault 

Nicholas Marek 

Cheryl Marn 

Deanna Marn 

Colvey Martin 

Isaac Martin 

Monica Martin 

Timothy Mazurik 

La 'Key a Mc Cauley 

John Mc Clain 

Angel Mc Creary 

Kochiya Mc Dade 

Dwayne Mc Daniel 

Tonya Mc Donald 

Natalie Mc Gill 



Veronica Mc Graw 

Sean Mc Laughlin 

Vanessa Mc Laughlin 

Jessica Mc Manemy 

Andre Mc Michael 

Dontell Mc Michael 



Amanda Mc Peek 

Casey Mc Redmond 

James Meely 

Valerie Mehring 

Mike Melnyk 

Brian Mitchell 



Jo Linette Mitchell 

Tormeika Mitchell 

Danny Moore Jr. 

Anjeiko Moric 

John Morris 

Sedrick Morton 



Brenda Moyer 

Katrina Murphy 

Adrienne Nadvornik 

Maria Negolfka 

Jessica Nelson 
Brian Newsome 



Patrina Nickson 

Lee Nosse 

Laura Novak 

Melissa Novinc 

Kevin Nugent 

Nick O'Conner 






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Sophomores 










Michelle O'Donnell 
Paa-Kofi Obeng 
David Olszewski 
Francis Orgovan 
Maryann Oroz 
Megan Osterman 

Theresa Parey 
Nicole Parisi 
Jovan Parker 
Alisa Patterson 
Richard Pecnik 
Olivia Penn 



Heather Perusek 
Travis Phelps 
Kongkham Phommavichit 
Onkeo Phommavichit 
Matthew Pikus 
Carolina Pino 



Jamie Piscitello 
Jimmy Pomiecko 
Maureen Porcen 
Tabitha Poticher 
James Poulos 
Michael Praskavich 



Michelle Price 
Winny Pupo 
Leland Pursley 
Veronica Radolovic 
Angela Ramos 
Jamila Range 

Rashida Range 
Eric Raphael 
Keauntee Redfearn 
Shanithra Reed 
Tiffany Reed 
Venita Reed 



Paula Rees 
Cynthia Reese 
Jovan Rese 
Michael Reksten 
Derrick Respress 
Gary Rhodes 

Alan Rice 
Stacy Richmond 
Michael Riczinger 
Rokita Riddle 
Jason Robinson 
Michael Robinson 








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Gaining 

Freshman yeai" was history. 
Sophomores looked forward to 
more freedoms and responsibili- 
ties as they continued their ti^ek up the 
ladder of seniority at Euclid High 
: School. New friendships were formed, 
others matured while some dissolved. 
The togetherness experienced as 
freshmen decreased as individuality 
; developed. 

-Jewel Hagood 
-Marianne Wilson 



seniority 



Laura Carse and Katie Sierputowski have extended 
their friendship into their sophomore year and are 
looking forward to many more years of communication. 

Brandon Johnson, Eric Lassiter and Rasliida Range 

use the Library as a resource to adavance their learnuig 
skills. 






Kristin Samsa, setting up for the J. V. Volleyball tet 
hopes to move up to the varsity in future years. 





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Students in Mr. Hollingsworth's biology 

class learn about the living things around 

them. 

Rich Gentile, Valerie Mehring, Heather 

Kinison, Carrie Sharp and Meghan 

Nagode are learning about the chemicals 

around them. 

Jason Robinson, Jade Tolliver, Heather 

Winton, Cherie Hinton and Kesha 

Dudley working together to get an 

experiment done. 






Rosalind Robinson 
Samuel Robinson 
Willie Robinson 
Julie Robson 
Terence Rohlke 
Katherine Ross 



Jeannette Rychlik 
Amber Sabel 
Kristin Sacko 
Amie Salerno 
Catherine Salisbury 
Laurie Salvatore 



Tyrone Sammons 
Kristin Samsa 
Colette Sarns-Gaunt 
Jaclyn Sas 
Michael Scalese 
Dwight Schied 



Dawn Schultz 
Stephanie Schulz 
Heather Scott 
Maria Scott 
Joseph Senart II 
Thomas Setser 





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Christopher Sheehan 

Katie Sierputowsl<i 

Scott Simmons 

Lonnie Simpson 

Jabari Sims 

William Skrah 

Robert Slade 

Devilin Smith 

Christina Smith 

Gregory Smith 

Jeffery Smith 

Syreeta Smith 



Wayne Smith 

Rion Smith 

Nicholas Solema 

Paul Solema 

Valerie Spears 

David Spooner 



Mitchell Stanford 

Derek Stanic 

Lyle Steelman 

Christa Stern 

Christine Stewart 

Delmar Stewart 



Dale Stigamier 

Marquis Still 

Michael Stout 

Angela Suchy 

Donald Sukis 

Creighton Sulecki Jr. 



James Swyt 

David Tabb 

Colleen Taylor 

Darrell Taylor 

Gilbert Taylor II 

Ronald Taylor Jr. 



Tina Taylor 

Hawah Tebbs 

Patrick Telich 

Faith Thomas 

Timika Thomas 

Brian Thompson 

Anthony Thurman 

Ronald Timm 

David Tisi 

Jacqueline Tran 

Lydia Urh 

Dana Vance 






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John Vegal II 
Eloisa Vela 
Todd Vide 
Erin Vincenti 
Dennis Vitolo Jr. 
Brian Vuyancih 

Kirk Waganek 
Shawn Waganek 
Jennifer Waina 
Kathleen Walker 
Lee Walker 
Norman Walker 



David Walter 
Timothy Walter 
Latoria Ware 
Sarah Was 
Edwin Watkins 
Anna Wein 



Beth Weinbrecht 
Kenneth Wells Jr. 
Patrick Welsh 
Christopher White 
Joshua White 
Tamika Williams 



Mathew White 
Ryan Whitely 
Warden Whittington 
Ramone Wiley 
Leonard Wilkerson 
Bobby Williams Jr. 

Darnell Williams 
James Williams 
Robert Williams 
Anthony Wilson 
Detric Wilson 
Marianne Wilson 



Starla Withers 
Denise Witten 
An'Drea Woodard 
Anthony Woodard Jr. 
Gwen Wurm 
Mark Yelich 



Tawana Young 
Douglas Zeman 
Richard Zgrabik III 
Michael Zivnoska 
Matthew Zorko 
Timothy Zorman 



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"When you 
are a junior 
the rest of 
the people 
are more 
mature and 
that makes 
the class 
more 
enjoyable." 



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Juniors 



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Juniors are happy they only have one year to go 




any students liked school but 
almost everyone agreed that 
they wanted to be out of high 
school and be able to get into the rest of 
the world. Juniors were one year closer 
to that goal than sophomores and two 
years closer than when they were 
freshmen. Many juniors agreed that it 
was a year of maturing and time to 
begin planning seriously for the future. 
Post high school plans had to be made 
and most of the students were thinking 
about which college they were inter- 
ested in. They were making decisions 
that could very well affect what would 
be going on for the rest of their lives. Of 
course, many juniors had no idea what 
there were going to do but many others 
were planning ahead and getting 
information about choices. 



Vlany of these students will be thinking of the future 

/try seiiously. 

Jeth Weinbrecht, Missy Bonfiglio, Kelly Smith, 

Xristen Sacko, Mike Praskavicli and Jim Swyt know 

hat a knowledge of science will help them in the 

iiture. 

fennifer Mc Creiglit enjoys playing tennis but she is 

ilso academically oriented so that she will be able to 

ook on to higher education 




Juniors, Margy Mihalic and 
Julie Dacar, show how 
much more mature they are 
than sophomore, Todd Vicic 
during Halloween dress-up 
day. 





"Junior year is kind of scary 
because you have to begin 
making decisions that affect 
the rest of your Ufe." 

Katie Mc Guinness 




"1 feel that junior year is the most 
challenging of all my years at Euclid 
High School. Not only do you have 
social pressures but an increase of 
academic pressures." 

Lisa Pike 




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Brandi Adams 

Leah Adams 

Latasha Adamson 

Jason Agnew 

Adrijana Alaupovic 

Mamie Alexander 

Jamell Anderson 

Dante Appling 

Frank Argie 

Brandon Ashley 
Bridgette Atlas 
Da Von Avery 

Tomika Ball 

Will Banks 

Nicole Barbis 

Brandon Barbish 

Keyonna Barfield 

Melanie Barkin 

Ranessa Barrett 

Steven Barrett 

Kathryn Bauer 

Brigita Begovic 

Bryan Benak 

Melanie Bergolc 

John Bertovic 

Andrew Beuck 

Donna Beuoy 

David Bischof 

Jaina Blackford 

Tanisha Blackwell 

Christopher Bock 

Christopher Boddie 

Joseph Bojc 

Daunte Bolden 

Thomas Bolden 

Benjamin Bolding 

Melissa Bonfiglio 

Kristy Boos 

Keith Boyes 

Kerry Brokaw 

Dale Brown 

Stefanie Brown 

Tomika Brown 

Elizabeth Buchner 

Patrick Bujnocki 

Ivica Buncic Jr. 

Brandi Buttari 

Danielle Calabrese 






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Jennifer Calvert 
Jason Cangemi 
Jeffrey Cangemi 
Timothy Carney 
Benjamin Carr 
Daniel Carr 

Charles Carter III 
Jennifer Cerjan 
William Cesa 
Amira Chambers 
David Champa 
Frank Cheraso 

Daniel Cherkas 
Tameshala Childress 
Martha Chitwood 
Robert Chmielevvski 
Patricia Christen 
Magdalen Christopher 

Anita Clark 
Nicole Clark 
Richard Clark 
Katie Clarke 
Sheena Clarkson 
Alan Collier 

Michael Congin 
Kevin Conklin 
Daniel Corleto 
Jill Corrigan 
Christopher Costa 
Glenn Cotton 

Megan Coyne 
Alia Crawford 
Kizzy Crider 
Kristopher Croft 
Kevin Crosby 
Yolanda Cummings 

Clayton Cunningham 
Kelly D'Apice 
Julie Dacar 
Mary Ann Dacar 
Antonio Davis 
Nathaniel Davis 

Randolph Dawson 
Stephanie Dawson 
Timothy De Wine 
Jason Derganc 
La Donti Dickson 
Thomas Deister 



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"I feel more at home now. When I 
was a freshman and a sophomore I 
was out of place." 

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and less of a follower." 

Sharon Hollis 





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"It's better being a junior because 
not only are you an upperclassman 
you also know you only have one 
more year left." 

Brandi Wright 




"It was exciting bucause you're looking 
forward to your senior year but difficult 
because you have to pressure of college 
preparation." 

Julie Ann Newsome 



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Juniors. Angela Miklavcic 
^ind Allison FitzCerald. 

work hard on their science 
experiment since they 
know that they must get 
good grades to be accepted 
into a good college and be 
eligible for scholarships. 
Juniors, Julie Ann 
Newsonie and Renee 
Slade. are excited about 
the new teachers that will 
have their last years at 
Euclid. 

Aileen Glowacki, Katie 
Mc Guinness, Sharon 
Hollis, Shona Mc Cune, 
Mary Wolf and Brandi 
Wright only have one 
more time to dress up for 
Halloween while at 
Euclid. 




"Since this is my first year 
here I almost feel like a 
freshman but the people 
make me feel at home." 
Cuana Newson 





"It's hard but it's worth it because you 
are learning more about the world" 
Doloris Orbanic 




"School work is a lot harder than it 
was last year. I'm looking forward 
to going to college." 

Eric Heiss 



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Andrew Diik 

Jerome Dismukes 

Lan'y Dissauer 

Dana Dobucki 

Nichole Duchon 

Kesha Dudley 

Ana Dugandzic 

Joseph Diild 

Steven Duncan 

Danielle Ebright 

Amanda Edsall 

Jason Edwardsen 

Stacy Egrek 

Andrew Emingei 

Christina Fabeit 

Nichole Fenick 

Dana Finotti 

Jason Fioiille 

Allison FitzGerald 

Kelly Fletcher 

Jamie Fox 

William Freeman 

Dawn Ganser 

Markus Garlauskas 

William Gast 

Kristina Geigei 

Nicole Genovese 

Richard Gentile 

Meigan Gerich 

Catherine Gibbons 

Wendy Gibson 

Melaney Gilliam 

Beckie Gia\an 

Aileen Glowacki 

Margaret Good 

Brandon Goodman 

Erica Gordon 

Melissa Gorman 

De Juan Goulde 

Kathleen Graham 

Scott Granito 

Kevin Gray 

Katy Gross 

Ethan Grubach 

Jeffrey Grundman 

Zinzila Haddon 

Lauren Hadyk 

Kaiser Hamelin 






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Sherika Hamilton 
Fredrick Hance 
La Tassha Harper 
Demetrius Harris 
Maurice Harris 
Venita Harris 

Aaron Harsh 
Andrew Harsh 
Gregory Hart 
Jonathan Hartshorn 
KhaHlah Heard 
James Hegedus 

Eric Heiss 
Djranell Henderson 
Lakeisha Henderson 
Robert Henson 
Michael Heramb 
Scott Herbert 

Steven Higham 
Amy Hilger 
La Quita Hill 
Cherie Hinton 
Dwayne Hinton 
Twshanaa Hollins 



Sharon Hollis 
Richard Holly 
Dennis Holstein 
La Toya Howard 
Anthony Hrdlicka 
Jennifer Hrovat 

James Humar 
Katherine Humbert 
Nigel Hunter 
Brian Hylkema 
Krista lannetta 
Leandra Ibarra 

William Irons 
Caroline Jackson 
Elisha Jackson 
Kayola Jackson 
Joseph Janosik Jr. 
Donshay Jenkins 

Jason Jenkins 
Kelly Jeric 
Donald Johnson 
Nicole Johnson 
William Johnson 
April Jones 



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Brandi Jones 

Cassandra Jones 

Carolyn Jakiewic/ 

Sarah Kale 

Dennis Karaba 

Leslie Kausek 

Erica Kavcic 

Jennifer Keller 

Mark Ketchum 

Diana Kineva 

Heather Kinison 

Christopher Kinkopf 

Kevin Klocker 

Kathryne Kocin 

Melissa Koerber 

Angela Koeth 

Zackery Kovit 

Elizabeth Kramer 

Alexandra Kucinski 

Marlene Kugei 

Thomas Lacey 

Stephan Ladovich 

Doraja Lake 

Gemini Lane 

Debi Langsdale 

Anthony Laurich 

Robin Lausche 

Deanna Lauver 

Valonte Lawson 

Erin Lesefky 

David Lewis 

Tameka Lewis 

Amy L Lindic 

Thomas Lishing 

Joi Lloyd 

Dawn Lo Conti 

Rashanda Lockett 

Adam Loew 

Vincent Lombardo 

Colleen Longshaw 

Kevin Lynch 

Michael Macek 

Caroline Mack 

Joe Mallard 

Christina Marcelli 

Stacey Marinelli 

Aubrey Marunowski 

Sahriah Matthews 






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Angelyn Mattson 
Kimberly Maurer 
Brian Maxwell 
D'haiti Mc Cray 
Jennifer Mc Creight 
Shona Mc Cune 

Brendan Mc Gee 
Lakisha Mc Ginnis 
Catherine Mc Guinness 
Erin Mc Mullen 
Anthony Medak 
Lori Meden 

Brian Medlen 
Lorrie Melton 
Angela Meros 
Christopher Mezzacappa 
Megan Miezin 
Margaret Mihalic 

Angela Miklavcic 
Mark Milicevic 
Lynnette Mitchell 
Chris Molakakis 
Michael Montgomery 
James Moore 

Joseph Moore 
Timothy Moriarty 
Lenardo Morman 
Michelle Moses 
Regina Motiejunas 
Michael Mukavetz 

Heather Mulhall 
Avery Mulins 
Claud Myrick 
Catherine Mytrosevich 
Meghan Nagode 
Daniel Nainiger 

Sovlinh Nankhati 

Andrew Nesbett 
Christopher Neurohr 
Julie Ann Newsome 
Cuana Newson 
Heather Nickell 

Mark Nicolosi 
James Nolden 
Carmeesha Norman 
Joseph Nosan 
Janet O'Brien 
Trisha O'Hara 



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Dawniqua O'Neal 

Meghan Orazen 

Doloris Orbanic 

Marc Orlando 

Michael Osredkar 

Ricky Papo 

Shawn Pasbrig 

Leonidas Patouhas 

Paul Pavicic 

Bobby Peacock 

Nancy Pekol 

Latosha Peoples 

Adam Perusek 
Matthew Peters 
Kimberly Petrik 

Nicholas Pfahl 

Gina Phillips 

Lakisha Phillips 

Soulydeth Phoumyyoth 

Lisa Pike 

Michael Pikus 

Brent Pirich 

James Podboy Jr. 

Vallery Polis 

Joaneice Porch 

Kristy Praznovsky 

Suzanne Prejean 

Karla Prince 

Kendra Proctor 

Winny Pupo 

Paul Radolovic 

Anthony Raia 

Rosalyn Rainey 

Theresa Ramey 

Tanisha Ramsey 

Carey Raymond 

Ericka Reaves 

Latina Reddick 

Ericia Reiter 

David Renftle 

Douglas Revilla 

Jose Rey 

Wyley Richardson 

Alana Roberts 

Nickeesha Robinson 

Tanya Robinson 

Cherese Rocquemore 

Renee Rogers 






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Stjepan Rogonjic 
Robert Rosberg 
Mark Roth 
Ronald Rucker 
Arikibraa Rushton 
Dominic Russo 

Stephanie Sabo 
Vytas Saldunas 
Marie Salupo 
Jessica Sas 
Steven Scerbovsky 
Jonathan Schied 

Matthew Schmidt 
Christopher Schniegenberg 
Christopher Schroder 
Kathleen Schultz 
Nicole Schumer 
Randall Scott 

Lino Sergo 
Glenn Settle 
Carrie Shaip 
Brent Shaw Jr. 
Marlena Sheesley 
Jodi Shields 



Chad Shuskey 
Colleen Sidak 
Jeremy Sidhu 
Renee Slade 
Steven Slamic 
Raymel Slaughter Jr. 

Nicholas Slogar 
Kellie Smerdel 
Jamie Smialek 
Ebon Smiciklas 
Alfonso Smith 
Brenda Smith 

Formeka Smith 
Jennifer Smith 
Kelly Smith 
Michael Smith 
Heather Spencer 
Jason Spivey 

Eric Stambough 
Tachara Stanton 
Elizabeth Sterl 
Erin Stem 
Jacinda Stewart 
Latell Stewart 



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high school students in that they 
wanted to express their individual- 
ity. Some of the ways that students 
expressed their individuality were 
through the way they dressed, the way 
they spoke, the music they listened to 
and whom they associated with. One of 
the greatest pressures that students were 
exposed to was that of peer pressure. 
The true individuals didn't care what 
others thought of them but most of the 
students were only concerned about 
how they were perceived by their peers 
and did not want to do anything that 
they felt would not be approved by the 
students around them. 

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Katie Mc Guinness and I^indsay Freeman show off 
what some well-dressed Euchd students wear for 
relaxation. 




Paula Rees, Missy Bonfiglio, Deanna Lauver, Melanie Bergolc, Les Kausek, Scott Granito, Christina Faber 
Fritz Streiff and Regina Motiejunas show off some of the different ways that students can dress to show their 
individuality. 



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Michael Summerfield 
Carlos Taliaferro 
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David Thomas 

Kareese Thomas 

Peter Thomas 

PhilHp Thompson 

Tabitha Thompson 

Joseph Toigo 

Gene Toler 

Dragen Tolo 

Joseph Tomino 

Jaime Toth 

Joseph Trotter II 

Joseph Tucceri 

Tara Van Ho 

Yolanda Van Tilburg 

Bozidar Varga 

Crystal Vaughn 

Michael Vidra 

Michael Vihtelic 

Brenda Volpe 

Monolito Walker 

Shanna Washington 

Cory Watson 

Megan Westphal 

La Gina White 

Wayman White 

Tawaunna Whitfield 

Jason Wiggins 

Shantee Wilbum 

Chenise Williams 

Daniel Williams Jr. 

Michelle Williams 

Ginger Wilson 

Heather Winton 

Mary Wolf 

Kelly Woodley 

Todd Woodruff 

Shannon Woodworth 

Julie Workman 

Brandi Wright 

Damon Wright 

Richard Wynn 

Mekeleya Yimen 

Adam Zeitz 

Kristina Zevnik 

Rachel Zielinski 

Mark Zrini 

Brett Zubek 

Robert Zupancic 






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The students entered their fresh 
man year filled with excitement 
and fear. Now, as they looked 
back on graduation, they experienced 
similar feelings. Though they may feel 
that way, they must not forget the 
changes they've gone through, growing 
in different ways, the times of celebra- 
tion and the times they would rather 
forget. Many changes occurred to those 
little freshmen who began at Euclid four 
years ago. They grew academically, 
socially, physically, emotionally, 
athletically and many other ways. Some 
students excelled in certain activities 
while others excelled in other things. 
Emotionally students grew and learned 
how to love, have faith, control hatred, 
and even trust. There were good times 
and bad ones. Hopefully they got a 
chance to learn from everything. Being a 
senior was a wonderful thing for most of 
them. 



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Matt Hoffman, Darnea Mc Kinney, Ron Rucker at 
Maria Barker enjoy working on their assignments in 
ihe Library. 

.)oe Marcelli and Sarah Kuhen have known each oth 
lor years and are looking forward to a rewarding hfe 
after high school. 




Maria Barker, Greg Barker and Shenise Johnson 

enjoy being together. 
Alfonzo Cade coming out of Mrs. Heather Koczur's 

classroom on his way to his next class. 





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Being a senior was 
what almost everyone 
in high school wanted 
to be. It was being at the top 
of the ladder. It meant having 
the most responsibilities. It 
meant having underclassmen 
looking up at you. It was as 
high as you could go at Eu- 
clid High School. You had to 
set examples for the rest of 
the school. The seniors were 
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Lindsay Freeman, Liz Domin, Marina Corleto, Katie Baioni, Dana Vance, Amie 
Salerno, Jamie Piscitello and Kevin Gady had a good time at the Homecoming Dance. 
Homecoming King. Ben Mooney and Principal, Robert Knuth enjoyed each other's 
company during the Homecoming game. 




Dawn Adams 



Jessica Adams Jua Adrine-Robinson 



Dana Allen 



Vernesha Anderson 




Michael Banach 



Jetaun Banks 



Amy M. Barber 



Maria Barker 



Kathryn Bartel 



Stephanie Batich 



Anthony Battle 



Larry Battle 



Tammie Barnes 




John Bechtel 



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Jason Behun Maartje Bekenkamp James Belanich 



Meredith Bell 



Rodney Bell 




Edmond Bennett Jr Lolita Benson Louis Besses 



Melissa Beverly 



Matthew Bilak 




Carrie Birdsong Tanisha Blackwell Elizabeth Blatnik 



Jameka Bloom 



Damon Blunt 




Thomas Bolden 



Heather Borcziak 



Anita Borrero 



Josip Bosolt 



Jason Bowers 



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This year the members of the 
senior class were polled as to 
which teacher gave the most 
homework. The clear winner in this 
category was Mr. Jeff Hartmann. 
Mrs. Bette Schmeling came in 
second and Mr. Ron Powaski came 
in third. Other teachers that received 
votes were Bob Petrovic, Betsy 
Leonetti, Carol Tkac, Jo-Rita 
Perez, Dennis Turkall, Alex 
Dzerowicz, Gene Brearton, Wayne 
Smith, Rick Wherley, Frank 
Hoffert, Terry DuBroy, Deborah 
Petrick, Judy Zubizarreta, Judy 
Carmody, Joyce Russo, Penny 
Roberts, Joan Lidrbauch, Carole 
Niebes, Judy Stobinski, Stan 
Bender, Charles Reno, Rob 
Heramb, and Ken Schriner. 



Mr. Rick Wherley. Mr. Robert Heramb and Mrs. Judy Stobinski were 
some of the teachers mentioned as giving a lot of homework. 





Seniors vote Mrs. Carol Tkac their favorite teachei 



In their annual poll seniors voted 
on who their favorite teacher was. 
Mrs. Carol Tkac received the 
most votes. Mr. Jeff Hartmann came 
in second while Mr. Adam 
Pawlowski came in third. Other 
teachers that were mentioned were: 
Robert Walsmith, Barbra Masseria, 
Ken Lowe, Edie Mellen, Katie 
Morris, Joan Paskert, Joyce Russo, 



Bill Von Benken, Rob Heramb, Steve 
Marcu, Betsy Leonetti, Jo-Rita Perez 
Penny Roberts, Reggie Echols, Stan 
Bender, Mike Sustin, Dale 
Hollingsworth, Judy Zubizarreta, 
Dan Francetic, Pete Schwenke, Jean 
Jelinic, Deborah Petrick, Tom Banc, 
Jim Kelley, Barbara Ramlow, Wayn( 
Smith, Joan Lidrbauch, Ken Schrine 
and Dick Homovec. 




Jeff Hartmann pointing out important things to his students. 
Tom Banc addressing the rally before the North game while Spencer Kane, Wendy 

Lapuh and Laura Fifolt look on. 

Students looking forward to a fun Homecoming assembly. 

Betsy Leonetti explains a foreign language to her students. 






Clarissa Bowie 



Aaron Boyce 



Niki Brennan 



Daniel Brown Earnest Buttrick 111 




Felicia Brown Rafael Dean Brown 



Sandra Brown Meryann Bruketa Jenna K Brzeczkowski 




Kevin Carlson 



Paul Carpenter Jennifer Centofanti Latresa Charles Adrienne Chinni 




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Seniors 




Jamie Chitwood Androniki Christides Nicole Christopher Cindy Ciulla 



Bryant Clark 




Kimberlv Clark 



Melissa Clarke 



Akilah Coates 



Margaret Colan 



Omar Coles 




Manicka Collins Christopher Colonna Michael Congin Kevin Conklin 



Dane W Cool 




Katherine Copic Marina Corleto 



Geno Criado Yolonda Cummings Michael Cupar 



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Lower (percentage of seniors have been in Euclid schools their entire life 

Seniors were asked whether or not they had attended Euclid schools their entire life. 
5 1 % responded that they had while 49% responded that they had not. Of the ones 
that had not attended all their years the range was from eleven years to one year in 
the Euclid system. When the same question was asked in 1994. 61.3% responded that 
they were in the Euclid schools their entire life. 



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Ray Miller and Kristin Kish working together in the library. 

Chris Puglia wa,s a member of the Flag Corps that really put her 

heart into her actions. 

All of these students have spent their entire lives in the Euclid 

schools. 




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Most Euclid students be a house to come iiome to 



In a poll, seniors were asked whether or not they lived in a house. 82.2% of the seniors 
responded that they did, while 17.8% said they didn't. In last year's poll the response 
was 86.2% lived in a house. These numbers are almost equal, so there doesn't seem to 
be much difference in the city's housing. 



Do you live in a house? 




Kristina Geiger presents Homecoming King, Ben Mooney with his 

sash. 

Many of the football team members hved in houses. 

Rich Slade and Beth Blatnik and Gary Dwyer and Kyle Russ at 

Homecoming. 



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Seniors 



Melissa Leach, Pam Jordan, Rachel Pierce and Kristin Kish enjoy their homes. 




George Cutwright Michael Dacar 



Farisha Davis 



Hannah Davis Danielle De Boe 




Thomas Deister Jason Dennis 



Jason Derganc 



Katie Dietrich 



Jessica L Dietz 




Michelle A Dineen 



Brian Duer 



David Dirk 



Brian Dlugos Kimberly Dominique Demetrius Dowell 




Angel Duncan 



Gary Dwyer Jeffrey Dybzinski 



Ryan Eddy 



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Kimiko Edwards Slyvia Eler Jeremy Emerman Kris Eminger 

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Gia Farone 




Kyla Farrow 



Paul Felden 



Laura Fifolt 



Kelly Focareto 



Janet Fonovic 




Michael Fording 



Joshua Freeh Lindsay E Freeman Nicole Freeman 



Michael Fuduric 




Kevin A Gady 



Tammy Gardner 



William Gast 



Karen C Gezann 



Carlos Gillyard 







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H Yes 68.0°-o 

No 22.3% 

Q Maybe 9.7% 

Do you 
believe it's 
important to 
be in school 
every day? 



Students realize the importance of being in school every day 

Seniors were polled as to whether of not they believed that it was important to be in 
school every day. 68% responded that it was important to be in school every day 
while 22.3% didn't believe it was. This was very close to last years results where 
69.5% said it was important and 17.9% said it wasn't important. 





Matt Hoffman, Nikki Christopher, Mike Banach, Matt 

Hoffman. Rich Slade, Igor Sugar and Kyle Bush enjoy being 

in school together. 

Jewell Hagood, Shenise Johnson and Daleah Williams 

working together. 

Ken Schuster, Angela Meros. Sharon Hollis. Kevin Carlson, 

Jessica Sas, Leah Walzak, Kathy Graham, and Beckie 

Glavan and Cindy Ciulla and Kelly Focareto all realize the 

importance of being at school. 





Seniors were polled as to whether they felt that a person without a high school 
diploma could get a very good job. Only 7.8% felt that they could. Over 83% of 
the seniors thought that they couldn't. This was very comparable with last year's 
poll in which 6.2% felt they could and 80.2% felt that they couldn't. Some of the people 
that responded 'maybe' added that it depended on who you knew and on special circum- 
stances. 



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them get their high school diploma. 

Narketa Wooten, Deleonte Brown, Aisha Tillman, Manicka Collins, Ken 
Jordan, Vernesha .lohnson, Jennifer Hall, Katrina Sharpe and Hershel Hall 

enjoyed themselves at Homecoming but know that they have to be back to school on 
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studying hard and getting good grades so that they can get the high school diploma ; 
they can go on to higher forms of education. 





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Michele Grayer Nikeeya Greer 



Barry Grisez 



Cynthia Gustafson 



Amy Guy 




Jewel Hagood 



Jennifer Hall 



Ron Harris 



Tanyanekia Harris William Harrison 




Angela Haynes Karvarees Herman Brett Higgins Darneisha Higgins David Hobson 




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Seniors 




Amy L Hodder Clarice Hodge Matthew T Hoffman Mike C Hoffman 



Josh Holland 




Ralph E Hood III Jessica Hopkins 



Jeffrey Horton 



Carrie Howell 



Amy Hutchins Israel Jackson Jr 



Jeff Jakse 



Joseph Janez 



Lakehsa Hubbard 




Christina Jenko 




Solema Jennings Donald Johnson Latanyia Johnson Melinda Johnson Shenise Johnson 



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Tenesia Johnson 



Joel Jones 



Jason Jones 



Kisha Jones 



Latisha Jones 




Yolanda Jones 



Pamela Jordan Alia Kaminskaya 



Jennifer Kascak 



Jessica Keffer 




Antoine Kemp 



Kevin Ketchum James Khamassi 



Mark Killion 



Kristin L Kish Christopher S Kletecka Jessica Kochis 



Kristina Koepp 



Mary Kiral 





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SSost seniors realize the importance of sehool attendance 



Seniors were asked whether or not they usually came to school every day. 82.5% of 
the students replied that they did while 12.6% of them said they didn't. In last year's 
poll, 85.6% said they usually came every day and 10.0% said they didn't. The 
results were very similar with no significant difference between the two years. 



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Jennifer Zelenskas and Meg Wolchko have good 
attendance records since ttiey enjoy being with each othe 
at school. 

Darnea Mc Kinney spends a lot of time in school since 
he is involved in athletics and realizes the importance of 
being in school and getting a good education. 

Marc Stauffer takes some lessons from Melanie 
Shippitka about how to get the fans involved in the gam 
Both of them are involved in many activities and realize 
the importance of good attendance. 



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Seniors 




T Brad Kovatch 



Sarah A Kuhen 



Mary Kunes 



Angela La China Gwendolynn A Lapuh 




Jeffrey Anthony Latine Shawn Leben 



Jennifer Lepley 



Letia Marie Lewis 



Narieka Lewis 




Joseph Ludvik 



Sean Luikart 



Christina Mahle 



Dana Malaney 



Karnita Malone 




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Seniors 




Joe Marcelli 



Joseph Marusic 



David Masek 



Tameka Mc Coy 



Louis Mc Cray 




Rashaun Mc Dotigal Latonia Mc Griff Darnea Mc Kinney 



Nicole Meier 



Rhonda Melton 




Michael Meyers 



Janeen Miklowski DeMarco Miller Raymond Miller 



Suzanna Miocic 




Christopher Molakakis Benjamin Mooney Shannon Moore 



Tia Moore 



Gregory Morris 



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person with a 
high school 
diploma can 
get a very 
good job? 



Many seniors realize you have to have education beyond high school 

Seniors were polled as to whether or not they believed a person with just a high 
school education could get a very good job. 40.6% responded that they could while 
37.6% said that they couldn't. In last year's poll, 3 1 .9% felt that they could and 
38.5% felt that they couldn't. The results from both years are very similar and it shows 
that a significant part of the senior class knows that they must go on to get some form of 
higher education if they are going to amount to anything. 




Olen Steelman, Tony Laurich and Steve Pae plan on using their athletic skills to help them 
get to college so they can further their education. 




Most seniors realize that a college education is important 



In the poll, seniors were asked whether or not they intended to go to college. 86.3% of 
the seniors responding said that they did intend to go to college. 7.8% said that they 
were not intending on going to college. This was very similar to last year's results 
where 92.5% said they were going to college and 4.3% said they were not. This showed 
that seniors realized the advantages that they would get if they attended college and that 
they realized that a high school education was not the end to their educational process. 




Q Yes 86.3 

H No 7.8 

C3 Maybe 5.9 

Are you 
planning on 
going to 
college after 
you gradu- 
ate? 




Irma Peredne and Dave Burke, 
Kevin Gady and Josh Holland 

know that in order to get into a 

good college they are going to 

have to study and get good grades 

and that the Library is a good 

place to help them accomplish 

that. 





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Having school spirit and participating in school activities is an important part of 
getting into a good college since many colleges look at the student's activities as 
well as their grades. Here are Heather Nickell, Sandy Brown, Missy Clarke and 
Laura Fifolt and Marina Corleto dressed up in '70's clothes as a promotion 
during Homecoming Week. Mary Kunes is active in Majorettes and sports and is 
shown about to catch her baton during Homecoming activities. 



Seniors 





Jeffrey Morris Jr Terrance Morrison Brian Mowell Shannon Nadvornik William Nainiger 




Ilese O Keefe 



Laurie Olszewski Mathew Ortman 



Diane Osredkar 

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Steven Pae 




Christine Parey 



Cindy Parker 



Minalben Patel Charles Patterson 



Renee Pecnik 



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Irma Peredne 



Gregory Pesek 



Danielle Picard 



Rachel Pierce 



Jennifer Poderzay 



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James Price 



Carlos Prince 



Aretha Pritchard 




Christine M Puglia Daniela Reagan 



David Renftle 



Amy Repko 



Christopher Richardt Stephen Riek 



Christopher Riggar Tanya Robinson 



Laura Rettger 




Robert Rogers 



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Seniors 





Ronald Rucker 



Timothy Rutti Christina L Sahsbury John Scarniench Maria Schiavoni 




Christopher Schmidt Kim Marie Schoval Heather Schulz Lindsey Schulz Kenneth Schuster 




Samuel Schwan Helene M Schwartz Carissa Ann Scott 



Seth Sederholm 



Nick Seifried 




Patricia Sergo 



La Resha Sharp Katrina Sharpe 



Kelly Shea 




Mary Shenk 



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Melanie A Shippitka Amanda J Siplock Richard W Slade ]r Kenya Smith 



William Snell 




Wayne Snitzky 



Marc Stauffer 



Olen Steelman 



Bina Stitt 



Carmen Strickland 




Bradford Stroth 



Joseph Strunk 



Amy Stuber 



James Summers 



Paula Sustarsic 




Michael P Swyt 



Desmond Taylor 



Latina Taylor 



Lawrence Taylor 



Courtney Telich 



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Seniors 




Craig Tillinghast 



Aisha Tillman 



Timika Tisdale 



Jade Tolliver 



Aleksandar Tot 




Brandi Tucker 



Brian Udovich 



Martha Urh 



Bridgette Varnju 



Tony Verch Jr 




Leah E Walczak 



Charles Walker Thomas A Walker Joseph Wallace 



Kari Wallette 




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Mike Waltermire 



Alia Walters 



Elizabeth Walters Andrea Janell Warren Angel Weems 




Michelle Wenderoth Sarah Whittaker 



Jamie Willett 



Lisa Willoughby Charles Wilson 




Dannika Witten Margaret Wolchko Kathleen Wolenski 



James Wolf 



Gregory Yarbrough Meron Yimen 



Valerie Young Deborah Zagore 



Narketa Wooten 




Therese Zele 



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Jennifer Zelenskas Gina Renee Zeman 






We tried very hard to ensure that every 
senior had a picture taken for the year 
book. The photographers came to Eucid 
twice to take senior pictures but some students missed 
both picture dates. When possible, we used underclass 
pictures from previous years. Unfortunately, these 
students are not pictured: Amber Ballash, Timothy 
Barzal, Dawn Brltsky, Mike Burdecki, Mickael 
Ciofani, Gregory Compton, Daniel Duvall, Joel 
Espiritu, Shawn Forster, Eric Frederick, Ryan 





Fretter, Rob Garrison, Matthew Gerome, Damien 
Gooden, Bryan Kelly, Todd Kravos, Wendy 
Lemieux,Dana Marino, Dan Mc Donald, Jennifer 
Mulanax, Jason Mullen, J. Tom Nelson, Sean 
Nelson, Eric Parks, John Pata, Gary Pickup, 
Dawn Piotrowski, Brian Reber, Paul Rini, Cara 
SchoU, Michael Sipos, Stacy Skeel, Dan South, 
Joseph Sprafka, Chad Steffens, Steven Tegner, 
Michael Thomas, and James Weinpert. 
-Angela Miklavcic 



Isis Clark 




Richard Agnew 



Adonis Bell 



Adrienne Dixon 



Tshombe Fisher 



Tenishia Kelly 




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Le Roy Billips James Burgess Michael Copley Antonio Darby James Daugherty 




Chad Ernst 



Jamie Fernatt 



Jason Ganser 



Erika Gaspersic Vincent Hawley 




Shaundra Ibarra 



Melissa Leach 



Eero Lina 



Kevin Mc Carthy Michael Nocera 




Melissa Petrowski 



Justin Pierce 



Janoris Reese Daleah Williams 



Damon Youns 



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Senior Class President, Lindsay Freeman 
Senior Class Treasurer. Nicole Christopiier 



Senior Class Vice President. Rafael Brown 

For the first time in many years 
Euclid students got a chance to 
elect officers for their respective 
classes. Euclid always had a 
Student Council but it did not have 
a set of officers that were elected 
by the student body. It was felt 
that class officers would be 
another means of communication 
between tlie students and the 
administration. They also helped 
out with many of the activities that 
was normally done be the Student 
Council. 



Katie Mc Guinness and Lindsay Freeman 

about to announce who was to be the 
Sophomore Jester during halftime at the 
Homecoming football same. 





Euclid students that will 
benefit from the election of 
class officers. 





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Many seniors partici|)ate in the host of aetiirities that Euclid offers 



Euclid offered many opportunities for students to get 
involved in activities during the school day and after the 
school day was over. There was also a complete list of 
sports that the students could participate in. Freshmen even had 
their own sports program where they could compete with other 
freshmen teams. There was no reason why a student could not 
find something that they were interested in at Euclid High 
School. If a group of students were interested in something that 
there was no formal club they could always find an adviser and 
begin their own club. All that was needed was a desire to 
interact in a particular way. 



Amy Repko has found 

that her time at Euchd is 

made more enjoyable by 

participating in 

Majorettes during the 

football season. 

Gina Zeman, Maria 

Negolfka. Paula 

Sustarsic, Wendy 

Lapuh, Mike 

Hoffman, Melanie 

Shippitka. Nikki 

Christopher, Jenny 

Waina, Jim Swyt, 

Dana Vance, Chris 

Kletecka, Tim 

Fogarty, Matt 

Hoffman, Meghan 

Nagode, Kelly Echols, 

Sharon Hollis and 

Kristina Geiger help 

the school and find 

enjoyment by 

participating in Student 

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Rasa LHa Furaha Andrews: Track 9,10,11,12. 
Laura Baber: Volleyball 9; Softball 9; Office Aide 1 1 ; Student 
Council 11,12; Spirit Club 12. 

Amy M. Barber: Flag Corps 9. 10, 11, 12; Captain 11; Lieuten- 
ant 12; Swim Team 10; Key Club 10; Wai Napolo 9; Big Show 
9,10, 11, 12; AFS 10; Student Coucil 9,10, 11. 
Jameka Bloom: Student Coucil 9,10,12; AFS 10; Flag Corps 10; 
Drill Team 11. Captain 11. 
Josip Bosolt: Deca 1 1,12. 

Aaron Boyce: Baseball 9,10. Basketball 9,10,1 1,12; Golf 
9,10.1 1.12 , Captain; NHS 1 1.12. 
Niki Brennan: Band 9,10; Diving 11,12. 
Rafael Dean Brown: Student Council 10,11,12; Vice President 
12; AFS 9,10,1 1,12; Vice President 10; Publicicty Chairman 1 1 ; 
Poetry Club 11,12; Co-founder 11,12; Co-chaim:ian 12; Key Club 
9,10, 11,12; Sui-vey 10; SAVE 10; Big Show 11; Soccer 11,12; 
Track 9,10; Cross Country 9; Peer Tuttor 11; Spirit Club 11,12; 
NHS 11,12. 

Sandra Brown: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Co-captain 10,11,12; Student 
Council 12. 

Meryann Bruketa: Swimming 9,10.1 1,12; Co-captian 1 1,12; 
Eucuyo 11; Yearbook 12. 

Jenna K. Brezeczkowski: Holiday Play 9,10,1 1,12; Big Show 
10,12; F.E.A. 10,1 1,12; Vice President 11; President 12; Student 
Council 10,11; Office Aide 12, Boys Soccer Trainer 12. 
Kyle Bush: Cross Country 9,10; Swimming 9,10,11,12; Captain 
11,12; Track 10,1 1,12. 

Paul Carpenter: Key Club 9; Tennis 9,10; NHS 1 1,12; Eucuyo 
11; Survey 12. 

Adrienne Chinni: SAVE 9,10,11; Key Club 9.10,11; Wai 
Napolo 9,10,1 1,12; Vice President 11; Eucuyo 12. 
Androniki Christides: Soccer 9,10,1 1; Basketball 9,10,12; AFS 
9; Spirit Club 11,12; Student Council 11.12; NHS 11,12. 
Cindy Ciulla: Student Council 9,10,1 1,12; Spiiit Club 1 1,12; 
AFS 10,11; Eucuyo 10; Volleyball 9; SAVE 9. 
Kimberly Clark: Career Explorations 10,1 1,12; Big Show 9,12; 
Key Club 10. 

Manicka Collins: Drill Team 1 1 ; Student Council 1 1 ; Morning 
Announcer 12. 
Dane Cool: Basketball 10. 

Jessica Dietz: Softball 9; Swimming 9; Peer Tutor 10. 
Michelle Dineen: Cheerleader 9,12; Soccer 10,11,12; Softball 
9,10; Student Council 11; Spirit Club 12; Peer Tutor 1 1. 
Demetrius Dowell: Tennis 1 1,12; Eucuyo 11; Poetry Club 11,12; 
Law Enforcement 11,12; Student Council 11,12. 
Angel Duncan: NJROTC 12. 

Gary Dwyer; Football 9.10.1 1,12; Captain 12; Baseball 
9,10,1 1,12; Basketball 9; DECA 11,12. 
Ryan Eddy: Boy's Basketball Aide 9,10,1 1,12; Boy's Soccer 
Aide 12. 



Kris Eminger: Key Club 10,1 1,12; Sergeant-at-Arms & Co- 

Chaimian of Public Relations Committee 11,12; 

Student Council 11,12; Soccer 9,10; Track 9,10; Swimming 10; 

AFS 9,10,11; Peer Tutor 10,11; Poetry Club 11,12; Spirit Club 

11,12; Hockey 12; NHS 11,12; Cross Country 11; Science 

Olympiad 11,12; Academic Challenge 12; Survey 10,11,12; 

Photo/Art Editor 11. 

Laura Fifolt: Soccer 9,10,11,12; Captain 12; Cheerleader 

9,10,1 1,12; Captain 12; Peer Tutor 10; Career Explorations 

10,11; Yearbook 9,10,11,12; NHS 11,12; Historian 12; Student 

Council 12; Ski Club 12. 

Kelly Focareto: Volleyball 9; Softball 9; SAVE 9; AFS 9,10; 

Student Council 9,10; Eucuyo 9,10,1 1. 

Joshua Freeh: Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12; Section Leader 1 1,12; 

Concert Band 9,10,11,12; Section Leader 11,12; Jazz Band 

9,10,11,12; Pit Orchestra 10,11; Key Club 10; Orchestra 

9,10,1 1,12; NHS 1 1,12; Commencement Band 9,10,1 1,12; Peer 

Tutor 11; SAVE 12. 

Lindsay Freeman: VoUeyball 9,10,1 1 ; Basketball 9,10; SoftbaU 

9,10,1 1,12; Student Council 9,1 1,12; President of Senior Class 

12; Eucuyo 10,11,12; PubUcity Chair 10,11,12; Survey 10.11; 

Sports Writer of the Year 1 0; NHS 11,12; Spirit Club 11,12; Vice 

President 12; AFS 12; Fall Play 12; Big Show 12; Kids on the 

Block 12; SADD 12; Wai Napolo 12; DECA 12; Vice President 

12; Ski Club 12; Office Runner 12; Business Club 12; Key Club 

12; Culture Club 12; Science Olymiad 12; Peer Tutor II; 

NJROTC 12. 

Kevin A. Gady: Soccer 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Spirit Club 1 1 ; Student 

Council 11. 

WilUara Cast: Football 11,12; Spirit Club 11,12. 

Karen C. Gezann: Band 9,10,1 1,12; Junior Field Commander 

1 ] ; Senior Field Commander 12; Wai Napolo 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; 

Secretary 9; Historian 10; Big Show 9,10,1 1,12; Orchestra 9,10 

11,12; Survey 10.11; Career Exploration 10,11,12; NHS 11,12; 

Student Council 12; Yearbook 12. 

Stacie Glavan: Softball 9,10,1 1,12; Volleyball 9,10,11; Boy's 

BasketbaU Statistician 10,11,12; Survey 10,11,12; Career 

Exploration 11,12; Spirit Club 11,12; NHS 11,12; Student 

Council 12; Peer Tutor 11,12; Close-Up 11.12; Yearbook 12; 

Office Aide 11. 

Jamie Godec: Office Aide 10,11; Student Council 12; DECA 

11.12. 

Kevin Gray: Soccer 9,10,11,12; DECA 11,12; NJROTC 12; 

Spirit Club 11,12. 

Jewel Monique Hagood: Voices of New Life 9,10,1 1,12; 

Secretary 10,1 1; President 12; Student Council 11,12; Yearbook 

12; Fall Play 12; Career Exploration 10,1 1,12; Peer Tutor 12; 

Morning Announcements 12; Big Show 12. 

Amy LrHodder: VolleybaO 9,10,11,12; Captain 12; Basketball 

9,10: Softball 9,10,11,12; NHS 11,12; Peer Tutor 10,11; Office 

Aide 10,1 1,12; Morning Announcements 12; Spirit Club 12; 

Spanish Student Teacher at T.J. 12. 

Matthew T. Hoffman: Wrestling 9,10.1 1.12; Office Runner 12; 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12. 

Mike C. Hoffman: Baseball 9,10,1 1,12. 

Josh HoUand: WrestHng 9.10,1 1; Track 10. 

Ralph E. Hood III: Drama Club 11,12. 

Carrie Howell: Student Council 9,10; Future Educators of 

America 10; Treasure 10; Secretary 11; Holiday Play 9,10,11,12. 



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Most Euclid students enioyed their high school years 




□ Maybe 22 6°; 

Have you 
enjoyed 
your years 
at Euclid 
High 
School? 



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I he seniors at Euclid were 
asked whether or not they 
enjoyed their years in high 
school. About 86% said that they 
did or maybe did. Only 14.2% 
said that they did not. In a similar 
poll last year 93% said that they 
did or maybe did and 6.4% said 
that they did not. In any situation 
like that, there would always be 
some people who do not like what 
was going on. 



Ken Jordan, Bina Stitt, Narketa Wooten 
and Deleonte Brown had a good time with 
each other during Homecoming. 

Jade Tolliver, Paula Sustarsic, Ben Linn, 
Mark killion. Jessica Adams, Martha 
Urh, Helene Schwartz, Amy Repko, 
Yolanda Jones and Danielle Picard all 

seem to he having a good time in their 
class. 




Jessica Kochis, Karen Touschner, Nikki Christopher, Janet Fonovic, Mary 
Shenk, Rich Slade, Kathy Copic, Greg Pesek, Josh Holland and Matt Hoffman are 

really calling to the world and telling it how much they enjoyed Euclid 



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When the seniors were 
asked who the person 
they most admired 
was, their mother was tiie person 
who received the most responses. 
41 .7% of the students reported 
that their mother was the person 
they most admire. 11.1% 

responded that it was their father and 8.3% said it was a former 
teacher. 4.2% admired themselves the most and 34.6% of the seniors 
reported brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, grandparents and others. 



The 

person I 
most 
admire is: 




Melanie Shippitka admires Ik 
brother while Aaron Boyce admin 
his parents. Chris Kletecka admin 
a former teacher and Kelly Focareto 
studies with them. 
Kyle Bush admires his parents while 
Wendy Lapuh feels that her sister 
means a lot to her. 
KIsha Jones admires a former 
teacher. 




Kisha Jones: AFS 9, 1 0, 1 1 ; Vice President 1 1 ; NHS 11 , 1 2; 
SADD 10,11; Flag Corps 10,11,12; Co-Captain 11; Lieutenant 
12; Student Council 9,10; Peer Tutor 10,11,12; Kids on the 
Block 10. 

Jennifer Kascak: Cheerleading 9,10; Softball 9,10. 
Mark Killion: Baseball 9,10. 

Kristin L. Kish: Wai Napolo 9,10,11,12; Historian 10; Vice 
President 11; NHS 11,12; SAVE 9,10,11; Key Club 10,11; 
Career Exploration 10,11,12; Yearbook 12. 
Christopher S. Kletecka: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Football 10,11,12; 
Basketball 9,10,11,12; Baseball 9,10,11,12; Spirit Club 11,12; 
Student Council 12 ; Morning Announcements 12. 
Sara A. Kuhen; Football Trainer 9,10; Holiday Play 9,10,1 1,12; 
Big Show 9,10,12; Varsity Choral 11,12; Student Council 
10,ll,12;FutureEducatorsof America 10,11; Choir 9,10. 
Gwendolynn A. Lapuh: Cheerleading 10,1 1,12; Captain 12; 
Tennis 9,10,11; Basketball 9; NHS 11,12; Yearbook 11,12; Peer 
Tutor 10,1 1,12; Student Council 12; Spirit Club 11,12; 
Homecomming Sophmore Attendant 10. 
Jeffrey Anthony Latine: Fall Play 9. 
Amy M. Lindic: Majorette 9,10. 

Robin Little: Tennis 9,10,1 1,12; Survey 11,12; Business 
Manager 11,12; Career Exploration 10. 
D'Hiati Mc Cray: Office Runner 9, 1 0, 1 1 . 
Rashaun Mc Dougai: Band 9; Flag Corps 10. 
Janeen Miklowski: Tennis 9,10,11, 12; Co-captain 12; Survey 
10; Sports Editor 10; Yearbook 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Eucuyo 12; 
S.A.V.E. 9; Career Explorations 10; Big Show Crew 9: Ski Club 
12. 

Benjamin Mooney: Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12; Squad Leader 
10,11; Jazz Band 9; Concert Band 9,10,11,12; Commencement 
Band 9,10; Key Club 9,10,1 1,12; Sophomore Class Representa- 
tive 10; Vice President 11; AV 9,10,1 l,12;Track 10; Hockey 
9, 1 0, 11 , 1 2; Soccer 1 1 , 1 2; Wai Napolo 1 0, 1 1 ; Boy's Comedy & 
Lighting 10; Big Show 9,10,1 1,12; Survey 11; Morning An- 
nouncements 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Spirit Club 1 1 . 
Jeffery Morris Jr: Football 9,10,11,12: Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; 
Office Runner 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Peer Tutor 9,10,11. 
Carleton Nash: A.F.S. 11,12; Fall Play 11. 
Christine M. Puglia: Flag Corps 9,1 1,12; Captain 12; Wai 
Napolo 1 1,12; Key Club 9,12; Career Explorations 1 1,12. 
Christina L. Salisbury: Survey 10,1 1,12; Editor-in-Chief 11,12; 
Key Club 9,10,1 1,12; Peer Tutor 10,1 1,12; Eucuyo 11,12; Close- 
Up 10; Student Council 9; N.H.S. 11,12. 
John Scarniench: Key Club 9,10,1 1,12; Student Council 
10,11,12; Football 10,11,12; Drama Club 9,10,11,12; Peer Tutor 
1 1,12; N.H.S. 1 1.12; Office Runner 12. 
Kim Marie Schoval: Cheerleader 9,10,11,12; Captain 12; 
Softball 9; Choraliers 9; Choral Masters 10; Varsity Chorale 
11,12; President 12; Gospel Choir 11,12; Big Show 12. 
Helene M. Schwartz: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Yearbook 11,12; 
N.H.S. 1 1,12; Student Council 12; Ski Club 12; Spirit Club 
11,12. 

Carissa Ann Scott: Track 10; Wai Napolo 9,10,12; Treasurer 
10; Orchestra 9,10,1 1,12; Secretary 10; Librarian 12; Big Show 
Pit 10; Prayer Group 10; Peer Tutor 10,1 1,12; Solo and En- 
semble 9,10,11,12. 

Nick Seifried: Baseball 9; AV 9,10,11,12; Career Explorations 
11; A.F.S. 9; Key Club 9,10,11,12; Vice-President 10; Lieutenant 
Governor 11; Key Club International Trustee 12; Spirit Club 
11,12; Big Show Tech. 10,11,12; Swim Show Tech. 10,11,12. 



Melanie A. Shippitka: Cheerleader; 9,10,1 1,12; Captain 9,12; 
Swimming 9,10; Softball 9,10,11,12; Student Council 9,10,11,12; 
Executive Board 9,10,1 1,12; N.H.S. 11,12; S.A.D.D. ll;Office 
Runner 11; NJROTC 12; Kids on the Block 11; Spirit Club 1 1.12. 
Amanda J. Siplock: Marching Band 9,1 1,12; Concert Band 
9,10,11,12; Wai Napolo 10.1 1.12; Treasurer 11 ; Secretary 12; 
A.F.S. 12; Key Club 11,12. 

Richard W. Slade Jr.; Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; BasketbaU 9,10; Track 
9; Tennis 11; Spirit Club 11,12; Key Club 11. 
Bina Stitt: Track 9,10; Flag Corps 10; Executive Board 11; Drill 
Team 11. 

Michael P. Swyt: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Swimming 9,10,11,12; 
Spirit Club 11,12; A.F.S. 11; Student Council 11,12. 
Timika Tisdale: Choii" 9,10. 

Brian J. Udovich: Soccer 9,10,1 1; Student Council 11,12; Senior 
Representative 12; Eucuyo 10,1 1,12; Survey 11; Business 
Manager 1 1; Peer Tutor 10,1 1,12; Office Runner 12; N.H.S. 
11.12; Spirit Club 11,12; Career Explorations 10,11,12; Ski Club 
12. 

Bridgett Varnju: Peer Tutor 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 12; Yearbook 9, 10, 1 1 . 
Tony Verch Jr.: Soccer 10; Hockey 10,11,12. 
Leah E. Waiczak: Tennis 9,10,1 1,12; Co-Captain 12; Eucuyo 
10,1 1,12; assistant Editor ll;Editor 12; N.H.S. 11.12; Survey 
10,1 1, Featmes Editor 10; Career Explorations 10,1 1,12; 
S.A.V.E. 9; Big Show Crew 9.1 1,12; Citizen Bee 10,1 1,12; 
Academic Challenge 12. 

Thomas A. Walker: Key Club 10,1 1,12; Vice President 10,1 1; 
President 12; Spirit Club 11,12; Student Council 12; Senior 
Representative 12; Soccer 9,10.1 1.12; J. V. Captain 1 1; Tennis 9; 
Track 10,1 1; Swimming 11; NJROTC 12; Asst. Class Com- 
mander 12; D.E.C.A. 11; AV 10,1 1,12; Varsity Chorale 12; Sgt at 
Arms 12; Big Show Stage Crew9,10,l 1. 
Mike Waltermire: Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12; Key Club 9,10; 
Senior Talent Night 10; Tennis 9. 

Jamie Willett: Football 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Indoor Track 9,10,11,12; 
Outdoor Track 9,10,1 1,12; Eucuyo 12; Yearbook 1 1.12. 
Deborah Zagore: Office Aide 9.1 1,12. 
Gina Renee Zeman: Soccer 9,10,11,12; Cheerleader 10,11,12; 
Captain 12; Softball 9,10,1 1,12; Volleyball 9; Student Council 
10,1 1,12; Secretary 12; Class Off icer( Secretary) 12; Spirit Club 
11,12; President 12; Eucuyo 10,11,12; Historian 11,12; Poetry 
Club 11,12; Office Aikde 11,12; D.E.C.A. 11,12; Parliamentarian 
12; Ski Club 12. 




Most seniors drive to school 




S ves 74 5% 

n Md 18 6% 

a Maybe 5 9% 

Do you 
usually 
come to 
school in a 
car? 



B Ve, 64 9% 

□ r* 28.6% 

D Maybe 6 5% 




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Seniors were asked whether or not they came to school in a M 
car. Less than 19% said that they did not which compares ^ 
closely with the 14% who said they did not come to school in 
a car last year. When asked whether or not they did the driving, 
28.6% said that they did not and 64.9% said that they did. Last year 
45% said they did the driving and 42% said that they did not. The 
automobile was a very important part in the lives of seniors at 
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Kim Clark works at Scotlos Pizza so 
she can drive her own car to school. 

Sylvia Eler works at the Slovene Home 
for the Aged so she can drive her car to 
school. 

Kristin Kish and Melissa Leach work 
at Cainelot Music when they are not at 
school. Kristin only drives occasionally. 

Christine Puglia comes to school in 
her car and finds it tiseful for getting to 
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very year seniors are asked about some of the most embarrass 
iiig moments that they have suffered through during their 
years. Al! the responses can be divided into two main catego- 
ries, students who have been embarrassed by tripping on staii-ways 
and everything else. Euclid students have experienced a wide variety 
ot anxious moments and have been gracious enough to share some of 
them with everyone else. 

Ij.uira Baber was enibanassed when t>he torgol to pitk up Maria Schia\oni for 

'■chool and she waited, but ne\ er went 

Maria Earlier was embarrassed when she was in the ninth grade and was about to he 

hite lor class so she was running down the hall reallv fast and a teacher opened a door 

ai'd she ran right into it. 

Janielca Bloom was embarrassed when she went with her mothei to Red Lobster and 

ordi. I ^'d crab legs and she iried to ciack one open and one ot the legs flew away and 
4^idLd two tables behind hei 
6^ilii Brennan was embai'rassed when she walked into the wrong class two periods in a 

^enna Brzeczkowski was enibaixassed in the elev^th grade when she thought she was 
^ccoiating Carrie Howell's locker and found out she had decorate^d the wrong locker 
Sind had to go back and take off all the decorations. ^ ' JilS- 

?>AI Cade was embarrassed when he came to school With a bad hair cut and wi^ he 
. Spelled his name incorrectly. ■ 

^^Adrienne Chinni was embarrassed when she stood^te to leave Mr. Pignatiello's 
'■^>phomore geometry class and lost her balance ain^pfton her butt in front of 
everyone. 4 ^ms^ 

Cindy Ciulla was cinbanassed when she passed gas in die hbi u \ and everyone 
blamed it on Renee Pecnik and were laughing real hard and ( nid\ joined 
in on the laughter. That's how Renec got hci nickname 'Little Fooptr' . 
Kimberly Clark was embarrassed when she slid down the incline of the 
hallway by the auditorium. 

George Cutwright was embarrassed when he was in the E-room and went 
to sit down and his friend kicked the chair out from under him and he fell 
on the ground near .some girls. 

Michelle Dineen was embarrassed during her junior jear when she went 
sled riding with her friends on McDonalds hill and hit a bump and went 
flying off the sled and landed on her face and ended up with a bloody 
nose, a trip to the hospital, a broken cheek bone and a black eye that was 
swollen shut fordavs 

Demetrius Dovrell w<is embaiTassed duiing his freshman year when it was 
hot and he wore a lot of powdei in his shorts so he would not get all 
sweaty and he was sittmc m history class and passed gas. He tried to act 
like it wa.snt him but a big cloud of powder came out of his .shorts and 
rose straight up aiound him 

Laura Fifolt was embairassed when she drove to .school just after she got 
her license m a huge Delta h8 and got tiapped crooked between two cars 
She began cr\ing and had to tall hei mother to move it. 
: Lindsay Freeman has ne\er been embarrassed since she is way too cool 
for that. She makes odiei people feel embanassed, 

Kevin Gady was embanassed when he began fifth grade and bought some 
; bright red hightops He thought they were cool until he began classes and 
everyone began laughmg at them and calling him 'Big Red'. 



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Melanie Shippitka is not embarras.sed in her German class with Danielle Ebrigl 
and Angelyn Mattson becau.se she has not fallen out of her chair, like she did it 
the Little Theater. 

Wendy Lapuh is embarrassed when the rest of the cheerleaders did their cartwheels and she couldn't decide 

whether to go right or left. 

Jessica Hopkins tells Pam Jordan about the time when Melanie Shippitka tripped her with her crutch. 

Lindsay Freeman shows her ability to keep cool when speaking to her classmates at the Homecoming assembl 




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Brett Higgins was embairassed when he drove his car into the back of a 

school bus. 

Amy Hodeler was embarrassed when she was running out to Miss 

Maroli's car after softhaU practice and tripped over the curb and fell on her 

face in tlie parkins lot and got a sprained ankle. 

Jessica Hopkins \\ as embarrassed when Melanie Shippitka tripped her 

with her crutch her First day of school during her freshman year. 

Melinda Johnson was embarrassed when she fell in a pile of dog stuff on 

her way to school in the eighth grade. Nobody was around but she heard 

about when she got home. 

Kisha Jones was efnbarrasscd when she v\ as studying in, the Library 

during her junior year and fell out of the chair. 

Kristin Kish was embarrassed when her shorts had a huge hole in the butt 

and she got to school before she realized that her shirt wasn't as long as 

she thought it was, 

Sara Kuhen was embarrassed when she went to class, sat down and 

realized she was sitting in the w rong class. M^'^'^tf' 



Wendy Lapuh was embarras.sed at Winterfest 
during her junior year when she found out the day 
before the dance that her date had his hocke\ game 
rescheduled so he couldn't go to the dance He tned 
to find her another date and everyone in school 
fotmd out about it. She ended up asking someone 
five hours before the dance began. 
Jeff Latine was embarrassed when he had a tight 
w-ith his girlfriend in the cafeteria and when he ,-.« 
turned around he saw that everyone was looking aT 
him. 

Jeff Morris was embarrassed when he dressed up as 
a girl for Halloween 1993 and forgot to put shorts on 
under his skirt and was de-skirted twice in the 
middle of the cafeteria by Matt Lucas, Carl 
Bartlett and Steve Zahursky. 
John Scarniench was embarrassed during his first 
home iV football game when Euclid fumbled the 
ball and he was the only Euclid player near the ball 
and the players on the sidelines were yelling to him 
to get the ball but he just stood there. 



Kim Schoval was embarrassed when she was ruimiaftjp the stairs and 

noticed her skirt was all the way up and her butt was showing. 

Carissa Scott was embarrassed when she ran into the pool wall underwater 

and almost broke her nose. 

Melanie Shippitka was embarrassed when she fell out of a chair in the Little 

Theater during English class because it broke. 3 

Rich Slade was embarrassed because of the hideous hairstyle he had as a 

freshman. He had 4" spiked hair on top with the sides combed bgdj and long 

hairinjjack. 

Jaim^TrOcheck was embarrassed when^iSBiasked Wendy I upuh out to= 

Look-Out Point and she thought it u as Cedar Point. When he coiTected her, 

she laughed and then still said ".Noooo". *• 

Brian Udovich was embairassed when he chased Helene Schwartz aroundin 

first grade trying to kiss her and she turned around, slapped him, and he cried. 

Bridgette Varnju was embairassed w hen she was sound asleep in Mr. 

Wherley's chemistr)' class and w hen he woke her up she shot up and said 

"Your sister's here". 

Tom Walker was embarrassed as a sophomore when he was pole \ aulting at 

home. He attempted an 8 foot vault, missed the mat and landed on a box. The 

entire crowd shouted "oooooohh!!" at the same time and then began laughing. 

Gina Zeman was embarrassed as a sophomore when she was at cheerleadipg 

ptacticedoing back flips. She tucked too much and knocked herself out. broke 

her own nose, gave herself a concus,sion and as a result had amnesia. She 

couldn't remember anything and started doing cheers backwards and lost her 

memory of the entire day. 



And finally there iire Clarissa Bowie, Jessica Dietz, Jewell Hagood, Chris Kletecka, 
Letia Lewis, Janeen Miklowski, Christine Parey, Cindy Parker, Janoris Reese, Chris 
Schmidt, Bina Stitt, Deborah Zagore and Jennifer Zelenskas all had embarrassing 
moments dealing with stairs and falling down or up them. 





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ill stniors recall past school experi 




Seniors have many fond memories of events 
that occurred during their lifetimes. Some of 
these memories were of circumstances that 
took place at Euclid Higli School. Seniors were asked 
to share their favorite memory with everyone. Do you 
remember when... 

...Euclid wa.sn't as strict, girls wore their hair real 
high, and the guys didn't sag their pants? (Dawn 
Adams) 

...Michelle Dineen went out with Chad Dulla? 
(Laura Baber) 

...Euclid had all those bomb threats and everyone got 
to go home, but they finally got a ttace on the calls 
and that ended all the fun? (Maria Earlier, Clarissa 
Bowie, Niki Brennan, Sandy Brown, Jamie 
Chitwood, Cindy Ciulla, Sara Kuhen, Joe 
Marcelli, Christine Parey, Kim Schoval, Trisha 
Sergo, Rich Siade, Leah Walczak) 
...Euclid had its pep rally when Mr. Pasquale and 
Mr. Peterson shaved their heads bald? ( Jameka 
Bloom) 

...Euclid didn't have as many rules? (Aaron Boyce. 
Kyle Bush) 

...Euclid had awesome freshman (class of 1995)? 
(Rafael Brown) 



...people thought sweaters.French cuffed jeans and 

penny loafers were cool?( Jenna Brzeczkowski) 

...Euclid looked a lot bigger?(Paul Carpenter, Tony 

Verch Jr., Tom Walker) 

...you could walk through the hallways witliout being 

endlessly harassed by every security guard in 

sight?(Adrienne Chinni, Jessica Dictz, Ryan Eddy, 

Jennifer Kascak, Mark Killion, Kristin Kish, Angle 

La China, Jeff Latine, Christine Puglia, Chris 

Schmidt, Helene Schwartz, Jamie Willett) 

...Euclid had two fires and a bomb threat in the same 

year(91-92)?(Kimberly Clark). 

...the school caught on tire and we got a whole day 

off?(George Cutwright, Carl Nash) 

...Euclid was fun!?(Kim Dominique, Letisha Jones, 

Chris Kletecka, Jamie Trocheck) 

...you could attend a football game at home and be able 

to walk around and talk with your friends?( Kris 

Eminger) 

...the varsity soccer team had Doug Dunn as a 

coach?(Laura Fifolt) 

...Kristina cried when she didn't win the A.F.S. handless 

phone ?(Lindsay Freeman) 

...Euclid didn't have rent-a-cops?(Bill Gast) 

...they didn't tell you over the P. A. system when the 



bell was going to ring?(Karen Gezann) 

...there were no security guards, no comeras on tlie 

school buses, you could eat and drink in classes, 

driver's education was only $50?(Jewel Hagood) 

...you could walk down the hallway without seeing 

someone's underware hanging out of their 

pants?(Amy Hodder) 

...the Marching Band was on a truck driving through 

Euclid playing music in the rain to help the levy 

pass?(Kisha Jones) 

...we had fun times during chemistry labs and when I 

set Laura Fifolt's lab book on fire?(Wendy Lapuh) 

...Matt Lucas and Steve Zahursky set their lab 

drawer on fire in Mr. "Von Benken's chemistry 

class?( Jeff Morris) 

...students had spirit?( Carissa Scott) 

...had fewer students?(Mandy Siplock) 

...Mr, Mc Guinness and Mr. Scoggan were principals 

and seniors had priviledges?(Mike Swyt) 

...we were freslunen and drugs and sex were never 

talked about?(Brian Udovich) 

...cutting school was easy?(Bridgette Varnju) 

...Euclid didn't care about certain things that they now 

do care about?(Michelle Wenderoth) 

...had a bell that rang'?(Jennifer Zelenskas; 




Travis Reid, Fritz Streiff, Rafael Brown, Gina Zeman and Christopher 
Litwinowjcz will remember many of the good times that they had when they 
were members of Student Council. 






184 






Seniors 









Chris Kletecka and Mike Swyt show how much they would cheer for all the 
good times that they had at Euclid during the annual children's Halloween Party i 
the E-room sponsored by Student Council. 




Most euclid students have never been suspended 




Q Yes 20 
S No 79.2 



Have you 
ever been 
suspended 
out of 

school from 
Euclid? 



' n the poll that was taken of seniors, 
most responded that they had never 

. been suspended out of school from 
Euclid. About 20% of the seniors re- 
sponded that they had been suspended out 
of school and 80% said that they had never 
been suspended. 






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Seniors 













The final deadline for the 1994 Euclidian 

was at the beginning of March so 
everything that happened after that could 
not be included in the book. Because of 
that we are including the highlights from 
the end of the year in this section. 




Mandy Siplock, Heather Mulhall, Karen Gezann 
and Samantha Hoffa performing in the Wai Napolo 
Swim .Show on April 29,30. 



186 



Memories Divider 





Parents in the stands during Euchd's first graduation in 
the football stadium. 




Marc Stauffer and Daina Butkus look on as Daina's 
father considers their request to marry during Fiddler On 
The Roof which was performed on March 17,18,19. 




mmn * Mil !H 




The Varsity Baseball Team had an 
excellent season and finished with 
an 18-10 record and 8-4 in the 
G.C.C. They tied for the conference 
championship in the G.C.C. and were 
also Sectional Champions. Jim Zdesar 
had an outstanding year, finishing with a 
batting average of .357. He also had 39 
RBIs, and 10 homeruns, tying the school 
record. Mike Yurcich and Jim Zdesar 
made First Team All G.C.C. Members of 
the team that made Second Team All 
G.C.C. were Tim Banach and Mike 
Hoffman. 



TEAM 


VARSITY BASEBALL 
US THEM 


Holy Name 

Apopka 

Boone 


8 


1 


9 
8 
11 


Olympia 
VASJ 


10 
8 


6 
6 


Ashtabula 


18 


6 


Strongsville 

Mayfield 

Bnish 


4 
9 
14 


1 
7 
15 


Bedford 


5 


4 


St. Edwaid.s 


11 


I 


Mentor 

South 

North 


3 
6 
9 


4 
2 
7 


Bay Village 
Maple Hts . 
Brush 


10 



5 


3 
1 
4 


Rocky River 
Bedford 
South 
North 


9 
8 
8 


1 
1 
6 

1 


St. Ignatius 

Geneva 

Glenville 


2 

1 
13 


8 



Painesville 5 
SEASON RECORD WON 18 LOST 10 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 8 LOST 4 
LEAGUE FINISH First 




Varsity Baseball. Row one: Coach Rick Brown, Tim Banach, Matt Orgovan, Joe Perry, Coach Don Lewis. 
Row two: Coach Dennis Turkall. Barry Grisez, Chris Kletecka, .Mike Mc Neill, Jay Cudo. Row three: Jeff 
Morris, Kevin Mc Carthy. Ron \\ endroff. Bill Parsons, Jua ,\drine-Robin.son, Gary Dwyer. Row four: Loui 
Bes.ses, Tim Rutti, Matt Lucas, Tim Belanich. Michael Fording, Pat May Row five: Mike Hoffman, Matt 
Hoffman, Mike Yurcich, Steve Zahursky, Nathan Randall. Jim Zdesar. Martin O'Neill. 

JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 



188 



Baseball 



TEAM 


US THEM 


Holy Name 


14 5 


VASJ 


9 5 


Ashtabula 


13 7 , 


Strongsville 


18 1 


Mayfield 


13 1 


Brush 


11 5 


Bedford 


20 1 


St. Edwards 


2 5 


Mentor 


4 3 


South 


12 1 


North 


14 4 


Bay Village 


8 4 


Maple Hts. 


20 4 


Mavfield 


4 1 


Brush 


8 7 


Rocky River 


6 5 


Bedford 


9 1 


South 


13 9 


St. Ignatius 


3 7 


St. Ignatiu s 


13 


North 


13 6 


Maple Hts . 


6 
8 1 
.CORD WON 21 LOST 2 


SEASON RI 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 12 LOST 


LEAGUE FINISH First 



FRESHMAN BASEBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Mayfield 


12 


4 


Brush 


4 





Kirtland 


10 


6 


Bedford 


9 





St. Edwards 


6 


10 


Solon 


3 


8 


South 


2 





North 


4 


2 


Bay Village 


4 


9 


Maple Hts. 


10 


3 


Perry 


9 


1 


Mayfield 


1 


9 


Brush 


1 


3 


Bedford 


12 


1 


Kirtland 


8 


7 


South 


11 





; North 


12 





Mayfield 


4 





SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 5 


G.C.C. RECORD 10 LOST 2 




LEAGUE FINISH First 








V. Baseball, Row one: Coach Don Lewis, Scott Herbert, Bud White, Brett Zubek, Cliris Schniegenberg 
[low two: Joe Nosan, Pat Bujnocki, Chad Shuskey, Joe Tucceri, Mark Zrim. Row three: Joe Zdesar, Todd 
ifoadruff, Jeff Grundman, Vince Lombardo, Dave Bischof, Joe Boyce. 



One of Euclid's great pitchers was Matt Hoffman. 




reshman Baseball. Row one: Coach Ken Godnovec, Mike Doyle, Adam Ayer, Frank Orgovan, Tim Fogarty, 
err> Jeffrey, Mike Litwinowicz. Row two: Jay Kletecka, Tim Long, John Lally, Tim Walter, John Mc 
'lain, Shawn Waganek. Row three: Keith Barron, Kevin Evans, Brian Gecewich, Mike Praskavich, Dave 
ianach, Mike Slace, John Morris. Row four: Brad Hodge, Mark Fording, Larry Banks, Tim Zorman, Joe 
Moore, Doug Zeman, Mike Zivnoska. 



Joe Tucceri throwing the ball in from the infield. 
Todd Woodruff and Scott Herbert making some 
plays in the infield. 




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The team gets ready for the game. 








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Baseball 












The Boy's Track Team had a very 
successful season. They finished 
second in the G.C.C. They 
competed in eight invitational meets 
and won four, got a second in three and 
third in one. The team placed fifth in 
the State Regional meet and fourteenth 
in the state meet. Six athletes made All- 
Ohio honors and Matt Lemieux was 
invited to compete in the Mid-West 
meet of champions. The 4 X 100 meter 
Relay Team placed second in the State 
Meet and set a new school record with 
a 42.1 timing. Team members were: 
Delonte Brown, Brandon Biggom, 
Brian Jordan and Pepe Pearson. 



TEAM 

VASJ 

Brush 

South 

North 

Bedford 

Maple Hts. 

Mayfield 



BOY'S TRACK 
US THEM 

109 23 
93 38 

110 22 

82 50 
65 67 

83 49 
97 '/. 34 Vi 

BIG MEETS 

1/9 

1/22 

1/9 

3/16 

2/16 

1/8 

2/7 

2/16 

5/16 

14/85 



Strongsville 

Medina 

Mentor 

Walsh 

Ranger Relays 

Euclid Relays 

G.C.C, League Meet 

District 

Regional 

State Meet 

SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 1 

G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 1 




Boy's Track. Row one: Kevin Wales. Mike Smith, Robert Tepley, Tim Carney, Derek Stanic, Paul Glowacki. 
Row two: Lamonte Foster, Wendel White. Grady Buhaley, Jamel Lawrence, Bryant Clark, Antonio Davis, 
Coach Frank Soltesz. Row three: Brian Jordan, Brandon Biggom. James Driscoll. Pepe Pearson. Kyle Bush, 
Rich Cooper, Coach Bob Ramlow Row four: .^dam Hines. Pat Carney, Ken Schuster, Eero Lina, Monroe 
Hillsman, Coach Tom Halbedel. Row tive: Reggie George. Ralph Cosiano, Matt Lemieux, Brian Tomazic, 
Alan Rush. Rashun Wilson. Row six: John David, Steve Caldwell, Brian Vargo, Lee Nosse, Dan Corleto, 
Dejuan Goulde. Rich W'vnn. 











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Track 










Ken Schuster making a strong finish in his race. 



Monroe Hillsman. Toncy Davis and Delonte Brown 
finishing their sprint. 



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The Girl's Track Team had a very 
successful season by finishing in 
a tie for first place in the G.C.C. 
and having an undefeated season. At the 
conference meet they had three first place 
finishes. AUison FitzGerald made it to 
the State Meet in the high jump and set a 
school record of 5'4". Tamika White 
placed seventh in the State Meet in the 
long jump. The 4 X 400 relay of Roschell 
Ashley, Sandy Brown, Lakeisha 
Henderson and Tamika White placed 
14th. 



iris Track, Row one: Coach Dick Yorlv, Aileen Glowacki, Carolyn Klocker, Mary Kuncs, Nicole Freeman, 
lichelle Suchy, Jamie Smialek, Mary Dacar, Marie Salupo. Row two: Rachel Short. Rasa-Lila Andrews, 
eann Uchbar, Megan Coyne, Nikki Jackson, Ebony Taylor, Lakisha Phillips, Tanisha Ramsey. Coach Lou 
'omasi. Row three: Katie Walker, Elizbeth Walters, Katrina Murphy, Brandi Wright, Tracy Appling, 
Courtney Harris, Megan Westphal, Coach Pete Schwenke. Row four: Maria Barker, Ameenah Rasheed, 
atie Salisbury, Lynette Perry, Megan Osterman, Sandy Brown, Heather Perusek. Row live: Kari Wallette, 
larrie Sharpe, Missy Koerber, Carolyn Gudaitis, Jennifer Hrovat, RoschellAshley. Row six: Olivia Penn, 
losalyn Raney, Angela Miklavcic, Kelly Smith, Lakeisha Henderson, La Quita Hill, Tamika White, Kim 
umpter. 





GIRL'S TRACK 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Madison 


75 


53 


Mayt'ield 


78 


50 


Brush 


89 


30 


South 


64 


55 


North 


85 '/2 


42'/: 


Bedford 


64 


64 


Maple Hts. 


106 


22 


SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST (1 TIE 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST TIE 1 


LEAGUE FINISH First (Tie) 





Mary Kunes and Rasa-Lila Andrews clearing the 
hurdles in good form. 




'amika White showing the form she used to place 7th 
1 the Long Jump in the State Meet. 




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Softball had lots of offense and finished third in G.C.C. 



The Pantherettes completed their 
season with a tliird place G.C.C. 
finish and an overall record of 
19-9. Senior Kristin Mihalic made First 
Team All G.C.C. Other team members 
that were recognized for their outstand- 
ing achievements were; Melanie 
Shippitka, Colleen Taylor, Kyle Russ, 
and Stacie Glavan. 

-Angela Miklavcic & Stacie Glavan 




00 

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192 



VARSnV SOFTBALL 


TEAM US 




THEM 


Beaumont 


6 


5 


We.sl Geauga 


1 


7 


Wickliffe 


16 


1 


Wicklifle 


7 


6 


Lake Cath. 


5 


4 


Bedford 


12 


9 


Maytleld 


5 


2 


North 


2 


3 


Padua 


9 


6 


Bru.'^h 


20 


25 


Oninee 


9 


S 


Soulli 


2 


12 


Maple His 


12 


7 


KcaslonlforfeilJ 


7 





Holy Name 


10 


7 


Bedford 


-■i 





.Solon-NEO 


4 


7 


Brush-NEO 


7 


3 


Trinily-.\EO 


2 


7 


M.iyricid 


6 


3 


Trinity 


7 


5 


North 


;, 





Twinsburg 


2.^ 


9 


,St. Joseph 


3 


8 


Brush 


b 


8 


South 


■> 


7 


Kenston 


17 


2 


Maple Hts. 


15 


1 


SEASON RECORD WON 19 LOST » 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 5 


LEAGUE FINISH Third 




J.V. 


SOFTBALL 


TEAM US 




THEM 


Beaumont 


12 


25 


West (jeauga 


4 


3 


Wickliffe 


11 


3 


Wickliffe 


24 


6 


Lake Cath. 


8 


13 


Bedford 


31) 


6 


Hudson 


!S 


3 


Maytield 


10 


15 


Noith 


6 


11 


Padua 


10 


7 


Brush 


3 


IS 


Orange 


12 


8 


South 


7 


12 


Maple His 


10 


4 


Holy Name 


10 


1 


Bedford 


30 


5 


Maytield 


5 


4 


Trinity 


1 


19 


North 


12 


13 


Brush 


1 


il 


South 


7 


16 


Kenston 


10 


5 


Maple Hls. 


11 


7 


SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST 1 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 7 




Varsity Softball, Row one: Coach Chet Nolan, Kyle Russ, Colleen Taylor, Amy Hodder, Patti Christian, 
Coach Arle Lemadue. Row two: Heather Nickel!, Lindsay Freeman, Kristin Mihalic, Melanie Shippitka 
Row three: Stacie Glavan, Gina Zeman, Sally Kohanski, Margy Mihalic, Maria Schiavoni. 




JV Softball. Row one: .Jenny Mc Creight, Jessica Sas, Julie Dacar, Cherese Roquemore. Coach Diane Maroli. 
Row two: Kathy Schultz, Angela Meros, Katie Bauer, Missy Bonfiglio, Lisa Pike, Beckie Glavan. Row three: 
Stacy Lesefky, Terry Ramey, Lauren Hadyk, Sharon Hollis, Nicole Genovese, Kristi Zevnik. 



Softball 






Boy's tennis stiuggles through iQfFi^ojIt season 





Freshman Softball, Row one: Jackie Sas, Dana Vance, Kristin Samsa, Kristin Sacico, Angela Suchy, Monica 
Martin. Row two: Maria Negolfka, Jamie Piscitello, Jennifer Waina, Melissa Hoppert, Jennifer Carlson. 
Row three: Marianne Wilson, Casey McRedmond, Jamie Greskowiak, Angela Barker, Ann Feldkamp, 
Coach Sue Drienka. 



Despite their 2-11 season Rob 
Heramb pulled off a win in the 
G.C.C. tournament at third 
singles. They are looking forward to next 
year with seven returning netters. 

-Stacie Glavan & Angela Miklavcic i 

Varsity Tennis, Row one: Demetrius Dowell, Paul 
Felden, Seth Sederholm, Scott Bett, Coach Rob 
Heramb. Row two: Matt Pikus, Rich Slade, Mike 
Heramb, Robin Little, Rob Heramb. Row three: Jeff 
Lapuh, Adam Van Ho, Kevin Bremer, Dave Masek, 
Jon Buchner, Mike Walczak. 



VARSITY BOY'S TENNIS 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Mayfield Hts 





5 


Wicklifte 


4 


1 


South 





5 


Peixy 


2 


3 


North 


2 


3 


Brush 





5 


Mayfield Hts 





5 


Hawken 


2 


3 


Soutli 


] 


4 


North 


1 


4 


Madison 


1 


4 


Brush 


3 


2 


Mentor 


2 


3 


SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 11 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 1 LOST 7 


LEAGUE FINISH Fifth 



FRESHMEN SOFTBALL 
US THEM 



Wickliffe 




7 


Nonh 




15 


Cny. Hts. 




12 


South 


12 


23 


Maple His. 


10 


13 


NDCL 




15 


VASJ 


13 


13 


Lake Cat. 




11 


Mayfield 


18 


5 


Beaumont 




11 


Nortll 




4 


South 




14 


Cnv. Hts. 




19 


Maple His. 


19 


15 


Mentor 




4 


Brush 


11 


23 


Oranse 


10 


7 


Scion 




7 


SEASON RECORD WON .^ LOSI 14 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOS r f. 


LEAGUE FINISH Sixtli 







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Boy's Tennis 











On March 17. IS tuid 19 Fiddler On 
the Roof Uiis presented as tlie 
annual Euelid High School Big 
Show. Dozens and dc/ens of students were 
involved in the produeiion in ways ranging 
from musicians in the orchestra, dancers, 
actors and stage crew. The songs were 
eojoyaWe and the aclnig was excellent atid an 
enjov able time w as had by all who attended 





Daina Butkus, Maggie Dane. Dan Hurke. Amy Htndriiksoii, Hon 
Ciiiroll. Jodi Doniinick, Maic Stiiuffcr, .Marie .Salupo ;'nd Katie 
Baioni :ut; mcinlicr'^ oi'i'evy.Vs family ;iiul ilicii giiosl.'- ;iiid an- 
prcpiuiiig for ilic SjM")i.ilii mi-iil 



■wt'y 



Stephanie Pi l?ia>.e. Curric Howell, Katie Baioni, Marie Salup<i, Marc Stautl'er, Daina Batkus, Jodj 
Dominic, Anr* Hcndrickson and Cliris Di Biase me at tlie wedding ot Tzeitci and Mote!, 





195 




Big Show 













29 and 30 were the dates for 
the annu^ Wai Napolo Swim Show 
^^___,^^titled "Bodyfs of Water". Under this theme, 
the'girt's swam to songsi^t had to do with rain, tears, and 
oceartsr<AJJ[,jQ^hgjj»ffibers put a tremendous amount of 
nto the production to make it one of the best shows yet. 

The 1 994 club was under the direction of Melissa Nagode, 
senior show director, and Jessica Adams, Junior show director. The adult 

supei \ isors were Anita Perrotti and Joan Busli. 

-Melissa Nagode 



V^ Napdo M^e a Big %}l^h in Annual Swim Show 




Kristin Kisli and 
Jessica Adams 

perfurming in their 
Duet number to the 
music, Reflections of 
Passion. 





196 






Swim Show 











On May 10 a truly unique event occurred. An annular 
eclipse in which the moon passed in front of the sun 
occurred in Euclid. Since the moon was farther away 
from the earth it did not totally obscure the sun and an 
annular ring of the sun could be seen. Euclid was in a 
position for almost perfect viewing of the eclipse as can 
be seen from the picture where the moon is almost 
perfectly in the center of the sun. 



On May 24. the annual Senior Awards Program was 
held in the Little Theater. Parents were able to see their 
children receive many awards. Here is Mr. Ken Ferlito 
presenting the National School Choral Award to senior 

Margana Dane. 





Diane Tizanno presented the 
Louis Armstrong Jazz Award to 
Tony Hren and Ed Zovak 
presented the Euclid Teachers 
Association scholarship to 
Kiniberly Bischof. 

DeMarco Miller and Ray 
Vliller observing the annular 
solar eclipse. 



On April 21 Student 
Council sponsored its 
annual Senior Prom 
for Senior Citizens in 
which senior 
members of the 
community are 
invited to the school 
to participate in a 
dance and snack. 
Martin O'Neill and 
Kevin Granito 
enjoyed themselves 
by dancing with the 
guests and Euclid 
Mayor, David Lynch 
sang several songs. 





197 




Senior Awards/Senior Senior Prom 










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Prom was held on Wednesday, June 
1 at Landerhaven Country Club It 
was an extravagant affair that was 
enjoyed by everyone. After arriving most 
couples had their pictures taken and were 
then served the traditional meal. After 
dinner the band played and the couples 
danced. After the Prom the students could 
go to River\'iew Racquet Club for an 
evening of fun and games. 



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Couples waiting in line to have their pictures taken. 




Kristina Geiger and Matt Leniieux and Joe Bailey and 
Darlene Baird and Joe Brkic and Chri.stina Fabert and 
Martay Wright and Pepe Pearson and Megan Von 

Benken all enjoying themselves at the prom. 



On March 22. in preparation for Prom, there 

was a Fashion Show. Here are Dana Allen, 

Ken Hamilton, Tiffany Hick.s, Ed Bank.ston, 

Tri.sha Chatman, Pepe Pearson, Chris King 

and Ed Rollins showing off their outfits. 



Prom 






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Members of Varsity Chorale. Greg Simmons, Chris Di Biase, Ben Carroll, Tllden Humphery and Steve 
Caldwell singing during the ceremony. 



On Sunday, June 5, 1994. a new 
tradition was begun at Euclid 
High School. Commencement 
was held in the stadium instead of at the 
Front Row Theater since the theater is no 
longer open. It was a perfect evening for 
the ceremony and everything went well. 
The graduates had a lot to remember as 
they began the rest of their lives. 





Kurt Stanic. Superintendent of Euclid School, 
speaking at commencement. 

Valedictorian. Nate Marron and Salutatorian. Paula 
Good spoke about their lives in the Euclid Schools and 
hopes for the future. 



The American Flag was waving gently in the breeze 
during the ceremony. 



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rhe students began the program by assembling in the auditorium and then marching to the stadium. 





199 




Commencement 













f ii hi 1 liJiWi 






\iDiiiriiii\iifiiJ 





Jane Addis 

Justin J. Antonini 

Ronald A. Backos 

Brenda Barker 

Stan Bender 

Allen Black 

Dolores Black 

Barbra Breeden 

Patricia Buck 

Kendra Callahan 

Judith L. Carmody 



Ken Ferlito 

Bea Grushcow 

The Heramb Family 

Carolyn Heuer 

Jo Anne Hodder 

Spencer Kane 

Jan Kauffman 

Bill Kazen 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knuth 

Joan Lidrbauch 

Margaret Lucas 



Steven L. Marcu 

Diane M. Maroli 

Judith Mc Laughlin 

Raymond R. Montani 

Katie Morris 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrovic 

Barbara and Bob Ramlow 

Sam Santilli 

The Schmelings 

Elaine Sheridan 

Paula Sheridan 



Judith Stobinski 
Mike and Wendy Sustin 

Diane Tizzano 

Cdr. Joseph A. M. Tomsic 

The Torrelli Family 

Dennis Turkall 

The Von Benken Family 

Connie Warman 

Judith Zubizarreta 

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Mom and Dad 

Ed and Nancy Greskowiak/Jamie 
Greskowiak 

Dear Jamie, 

You're all grown up but you will always be 

our little girl. We love you and are proud of 

you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Tony and Kathy Muzinic/Stacie Muzinic 

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Patrons 



Jeffery and Inez M. Morris/Jeffery and 
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Dear Jeff, 

We are very proud of your accomphsh- 

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May God bless you always. 

Love, 

Dad and Mom 

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I knew you could do it! 

I'm so proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom 

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Dear Christy; 

Tucked away in this book are so many 

memories of your senior year at Euclid 

High. Remember too, how proud we are of 

you and the wonderful person you've grown 

to be. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Kurt and Ronni Stanic/Derek Stanic 

Keep up with the "pack". You can do it! 

Herman and Sharon Volpe/Brenda Volpe 

Brenda Volpe 
We are so proud of you! 
Remember to follow your dreams and shoot 
for the stars! 
Love, 

Dad, Mom, Christina 
Karen and Dale Waltermire/Michael 
Waltermire 

Mike, All our love in the future and con- 
gratulations to the last of the Waltermires to 
graduate from Euclid. 
Love, Dad(Dale '64), Mom(Karen '64), 
Jenny('89), Karrie('92), Uncle Chuck 
Fensch('54), Aunt Arleen('55), Uncle 
Dave('59), Aune Maddie('60), and cousins 
Beth('82), Amy('86), and Kathy('88). 





Cay Adams/Dawn Adams 
Jue and Jim Belanich/James Belanich Jr. 
^nton and Josipa Bniketa/Meryann 
Jruketa 

lizabeth Fay/Jenna K. Brzeczkowski 
virs. Buggs/Lakesha Buggs 
klan and Joan Bush/Kyle Bush 
iichard and Margaret Dacar/Michae! J. 
)acar 

larold and Maryann De Boe/Danielle De 
Joe 

^orene Dowell-Howard/Demetrius L. 
)oweIl 

iaren and Gary Dwyer/Gary E. Dwyer 
r. 

)onna Dybzinski/Jeffrey Dybzinski 
ulia and Antun Eler/Sylvia Eler 
Lnie Eminger/Kristina Eminger 
lichard L. Freeh/Josh Freeh 
klark and Terry Freeman/Lindsay 
reeman 



Rich and Sue Glavan/Stacie Glavan 

Carol Pohl/Jamie Godec 

Don and Sandy Grisez/Barry Grisez 

Roscoe and Tina Heath/Jewel Hagood 

William and Eva Travis/Angela E. 

Haynes 

Tim and Chris Hoffman/Matt and Mike 

HofTman 

Rick and Diane Jordan/Pam Jordan 

Andy Kiral/Mary Kiral 

Cathy and Larry Kletecka/Chris Kletecka 

Colleen M. Kochis/Jessica L. Kochis 

Kathleen Kuhen/Sara A. Kuhen 

Janet Swaidner/Angela La China 

James and Grandmother Victoria Lindic/ 

Amy Marie Lindic 

Diane Luikart/Sean B. Luikart 

Dan and Gayla Malaney/Dana K. 

Malaney 

Pat and Ed Miklowski/Janeen Miklowski 

Fred and Barbara Mooney/Ben Mooney 



Noreen Sylvester/Ilese Dana O'Keefe 

Bud and Helean Pecnik/Renee Pecnik 

Gary and Carole Pierce/Rachel and 

Justin Pierce 

Mary and Jack Price/James J. Price 

Patricia M. Repko/Amy B. Repko 

Timothy and Carol Rutti/Timothy Rutti 

Ken and Kathy Schuster/Kenny Schuster 

Burton and Joyce Schwartz/Helene M. 

Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Shippitka/Melanie Ship- 

pitka 

Jerry and Gerry Sustarsic/Paula Sustar- 

sic 

Ed and Mary Ellen Udovich/Brian 

Udovich 

Bill and Nancy Walczak/Leah Walczak 

Tom and Mary Ann Walker/Tom Walker 

Mr. and Mrs. John Zele/Therese Zele 

Judy Zeman/Gina Zeman 




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Dawn Adams 

Once you were pee-pee! Now you're a 
lady, and my best friend. Congratula- 
tions. 
Love, Mom 




James J. Belanich Jr. 

Dear Jim, 

As you graduate in '95, we hope you 
continue to reach all of your goals in life. 
We are very proud of you. Thanks for the 
fantastic memories. Congratulations. 
Remember you'll always be our "Jimmy". 
"God Bless" Love you always 
Mom and Dad 




Meryann Bruketa 

Dear Meryann, 

No one could ask for a better daughter, 
sister, and friend. We wish you the best of 
luck and all the happiness in the world as 
you begin the next chapter of your life. 
Love, Dad, Mom, Lori, Anthony „„^ 




Jenna, 
I'm so 
proud 
you're my 
daughter! 
Believe in 
yourself 
and you 
can't go 
wrong ! 
We love 
you 

always. 
Mom and 
Michael 



Jenna K. Brzeczkowski 




To my 
sweet baby 
girl. The 
world is 
yours! Keep 
reaching for 
the stars. 
Remember.. 
"You make 
the 

difference." 
Love 
forever. 
Mommy 



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We are so VERY proud of you, Kyle! 

You never gave up. May all your dreams 

become realities! 

We love you, Kylely! 

Love Always, Mom and Dad 




Mike, 

Congratula- 
tions on 
your 

graduation 
and always 
keep 
reaching 
for the 
stars. 
Love, 
Dad and 
Mom 



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Never stop 
smiling. 
Never stop 
thinking for 
yourself or 
lose sight of 
your goals. 
Always 
remember 
who loves 
you. 

Congratula- 
tions, 
Mom and 
Dad 




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Congratula- 
tions! 
Meechie 
We love you 
and are very 
proud of 
you. 

May all your 
dreams come 
true. 

Thank you 
for so many 
unforgettable 
years. 
God Bless 
you, 

Corine and 
Rita 



Danielle De Boe 




Dear Sylvia, 
Congratula- 
tions! We are 
proud of you. 
We wish you 
all the luck in 
the future. 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, 
Sandy and 
Steven 




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Gary E. Dwyer Jr. 

The doctor said "it's a boy", 
we were filled with lots of joy! 
How the time has flown by, 
we look back with quite a sigh. 
All the years have been such fun, 
time to take the ball & run! 
Thanks for being a great son 
Good luck in all you do. 
Love, Mom, Dad & Kelly 



Jeffrey Dybzinski 

I'm proud of you! 
Congratulations too! 
Your childhood is past, 
New get a job that will last. 
A career at Subway- 
A sandwich artist? No way! 
You'll work towards your pension- 
But did I fail to mention... 
Son. be a man of strength and integrity- 
But to me you're still Baby Jeff-er-y! 




Kristina Eminger 

Looking back on how much you've 
accompHshed already and looking 
forward to a lifetime of achievement, we 
salute you, Kris. 
Love, Mom and Dad 




Josh Freeh 

Josh, 

Congratulations! We are proud of all of 
your accomplishments so far. You have a 
bright and promising future ahead of you. 
The whole family is proud of you. 
Dad 




Lindsay Freeman 

Dear Lindsay. 

We are so proud of you. You've become a 
wonderful young adult. Keep going. 
Mom, Dad and Lauren 




Stacie Glavan 

Stacie, 

We are so proud of all your accomplish- 
ments. We love you and will always be 
there for you. We wish only the best for 
you! 
All our love. Mom. Dad, Beckie & Rickie 




Jamie Godec 

We are all so proud of the special young 
lady you have become. 
Love you. 

Mom, Ron, Michelle. Dad 
Adam, Robbie, Shelly. Ronnie 




Barry Grisez 

Barry, 

You've come a long way in the last 12 

years. Keep up the good work. We're very 

proud of you. 

Love. Dad and Mom 





Angela E. Haynes 

Wherever your travels take you, you'll 
never be alone; nor will you ever be too 
far away from home. 
Love, Pop and Mom 



Matt and Mike Hoffman 

Congratulations, we are very proud of both 

of you. We hope all the best for you both. 

There's nothing you can't achieve. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Pam Jordan 

Pam, 

Congratulations! We are very proud of 

you! Best of luck in the years ahead. We 

know you will achieve anything you set 

your mind to do! 

Love, Mom and Dad 



203 




Mary Kiral 

The hard work, the hours spent, the fears 
and the anticipation. There can be no one 
any prouder of a daughter. 
Congratulations, 
Dad 




Chris: 

We are very proud 
of you and all 
your accomplish- 
ments. Congratu- 
lations on four 
great years. You 
have given us 
some wonderful 
memories. 
Continue to aim 
high and work 
hard to make your 
dreams come true. 
You are the best. 
We love you. 
Mom, Dad and J. 



Chris Kletecka 




Jessica L. Kochis 

Jess, 

God blessed me with a rare and beautiful gift- 

you. From the moment of your conception you 

have given purpose to my life and filled it with 

a special love and joy. Success will be yours if 

you stay true to your ideals, follow your 

dreams, be a true and loyal friend and above 

all keep God in your heart and a smile on your 

face. 

Love always. Mom 




Graduating... 
didn't you 
just start 
school! Stay 
as sweet as 
you are 
today and 
always. I 
know you'll 
always make 
your dad and 
me proud. 
He is 
watching 
over you. I 
love you. 
Love, Mom 




Sara A. Kuhen 



Angela La China 

Congratulations! Just remember, Angle, be 

yourself and follow your dreams. We are so 

proud of you. 

We love you. 

Dad, Mom, Tommy. Stacy, Tommy! 




Amy Marie Lindic 



Amy, 
We knew 
you could 
do it. Love 
you very 
inuch. 
Good Luck 
in your 
future. 
Dad and 
Grandma 




Dear Sean, 
You have 
brought so 
much 
happiness 
into our 
lives. We 
are very 
proud of 
you. 
Love, 

Mom, Kim, 
Harry, April 
& Eddie 



Sean B. Luil<art 




Dana, 

Congratula- 
tions! We 
are very 
proud of 
you! You 
have given 
us much 
happiness! 
Love - Mom. 
Dad & Dawn 




Congratula- 
tions ! We are 
all proud of 
your achieve- 
ments. With 
God's 
continued 
grace and 
your sense of 
humor may 
your success 
continue. 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, 
Nanci 



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Dana K. Malaney 



Janeen Miklowski 




Ben Mooney 




Ilese Dana O'Keefe 



Lesie, 
I've always 
been so very 
proud of 
you. ..you've 
become an 
honest, fun- 
loving, 
enthusiastic, 
smart, witty, 
sweet, strong 
and beautiful 
woman. ..always 
be proud of 
yourself! 
Congratula- 
tions, Lesie! 
I love you. 
Mom 




Renee, 
Great work. We 
are so proud of 
you and LOVE 
you very much. 
Congratulations, 
Mom, Dad, 
Katie, Stephie, 
T.C., & Pooper 



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Two roads diverged in a yellow wood. 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could... 

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- 

I took the one less traveled by. 

And that has made all the difference. 

(From Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken") 

Dear Rachel and Justin, 

We love you and pray that you will choose your 

roads wisely. 

Mom and Dad 




James J. Price 



Where have 
the years 
gone? You did 
it! Congratula- 
tions! We are 
so very proud 
of you and 
wish you all 
the best life 
has to offer! 
Thank you for 
being such a 
wonderful son 
and brother! 
May God 
Bless you 
always! 
Love, Mom & 
Dad& 
Amanda 




Through all 
the ups and 
downs you 
have always 
brought me 
joy and 
wonderful 
memories. I 
wish you 

joy, 

happiness, 
and all the 
success in 
the world. 
ALL MY 
LOVE, 
MOM 



Amy B. Repko 





Timothy Rutti 

We have watched you crawl, to 
walking and standing tall. Knowing you 
will face every challenge with courage and 
strength, tho' there may be times you may 
fall, we will always be there for you plus 
always be very proud of you. 
Congratulations ! 
Love Always! ! Mom and Dad 



Kenny Schuster 

Little Kenny, 

God truly blessed us with this little bundle of 

amazement, and you continue to amaze us to this 

day with all your strength, courage and charm. 

We are so very proud of the fine young man that 

you are. 

Remember: you'll always be our "Little Kenny" 

and we love you more than words can say ! 

Congratulations, 

Mom, Dad and Eric 




Helene M. Schwartz 



As a little 

girl you 

were such a 

blessing 

from God to 

us. 

Your future 

looks bright, 

continue to 

be a blessing 

to all you 

meet. 

We love you 

and are so 

proud of 

you. 

Mom & Dad 

205 




Melanie Shippitka 

Best of Luck! Mom and Dad 



Paula Sustarsic 

Dear Paula, 

We are so proud of you! Always know 
how much we love and support you. Best 
of luck in Pittsburgh. 

Love, Mom. Dad, and Tony 



Brian, 

Your strength 
of character 
continues to 
make us very 
proud. We 
congratulate 
you as you 
finish one 
hurdle, to 
begin another. 
With God's 
blessings, 
may you stay 
strong in all 
you do. 
We Love 
You, 
Mom & Dad 



Brian Udovich 




Graduation! Wow! 

It's hard to believe 

you are so grown. 

You've brought much 

Joy to our lives. We're 

proud of you. 

Love. Mom & Dad 



Leah Walczak 

Leah, 

We are so proud of all you and excited for 
what is yet to come. Use what is special and 
unique in you to realize all that you dream. 
We are with you every step of the way! 
All our love. 

Dad, Mom, and Michael 





Congratu- 
lations to a 
very 
Special 
Lady. God 
Bless you 
and keep 
you happy 
always. 
Love You, 
Mom 
&Dad 



Tom Walker 



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You have 
been a great 
joy in our 
lives. We are 
very proud of 
you. Good 
luck and God 
bless you 
always. 
Love you lots. 
Mom, Dad. & 
Bucky 




Gina Zeman 



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Jewel Hagood 

Punkin: 

As you graduate I consider 

the "radiance" of your smile 

the "brilliance" of your mind 

the "shapes and colours" of your past 

the "magnificence" of your present 

Blended with the "clarity" of your future 

And behold the "exquisite cut" of a 

perfect "Jewel". 

Love, Mommy - 1995 




Manicka Collins 

My Love, 

I was proud of you then, 

and I am just as proud of you now! 

Continue to believe and trust in the Lord 

Jesus. 

Eternally yours. 

Love - Moramie 



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was more strictly 
enforced 

A.F.S 84 

Abramovic. Anthony 107 

Abshire, Laura 107 

Academics Divider 90 

Ackley. Racfiel 62, 87, 107, 123 

Activities Divider 52 

Adams, Brandi 132 

Adams, Christina 117 

Adams. Dawn 149. 184, 201 

Adams, Jessica 75, 149, 179, 196 

Adams, Leah 132 

Adams, IVIarcus 117 

Adams, Nichole 117 

Adams, Robin 107 

Adamson, Latasha 132 

Addis, Jane 84, 95, 200 

Adelstein, Laura 95 

Adrine-Robinson, Jua 63, 81, 149, 188 

Agnew, Jason 132 

Agnew, Richard 175 

Aides, Clinic 66 

Aides, Office 68 

Ataupovic, Adrijana 132 

Alexander, James 64 

Alexander, Mamie 63, 132 

Allan, Alex 95 

Allen, Dana 149, 198 

Amato, Susan 95 

Amonette, Misty 107 

Anderson, Jamell 132 

Anderson, Scott 219 

Anderson, Vernesha 149 

Andrews, Rasa-Lila 149, 178, 191 

Anthony, Elijah 149 

Antonini, Justin 92, 200 

Appling, I3ante 132 

Appling, Traeey 117, 191 

Aquilano. Andrew 64, 107 

Aquilano, Nicholas 117 

Archibald, Earl 95 

Arendt, Bryan 67, 107 

Argie, Frant< 132 

Arlesic, John 25, 26 

Armaro, Dominic 117 

Armstrong, Bradford 65, 107 

Arndt, Wayne 33,52.117 

Arnold, Lauren 8,60, 107 

Arp, Casey 64, 117 

Arthur, Qiana 117 

Ashley, Brandon 38, 132 

Ashley, Roschell 48, 149. 191 

Atlas, Bridgette 132 

Attamante, Bill 95 

Avery, Da Von 132 

Ayer, Adam 43, 117, 189 

lyers. Michelle 92 

filood drive was succes.s- 
ful, attracting many 
students and faculty 

Baber, Laura 81.149, 178, 182, 184 




Bacl<os, Ron 95,200 

Bailey, Belinda 149 

Bailey, Joe 198 

Baioni, Kathenne 5, 25, 38, 62, 68, 73, 83, 
89,114, 117, 148, 194 

Baird, Darlene 198 

Baizel, Dawn 117 

BaKer, Michael 107, 114 

Ball, Cynthia 117 

Ball,Tomil<a 132 

Ballash, Amber 175 

Banach, David 38, 117, 189 

Banach. Michael 5, 38, 85. 149, 159 

Banach, Tim IBS 

Banc. Tom 25, 26. 91, 95, 101, 152 

Bandy, Rashaad 107 

Banl<s. Jetaun 149 

Banks. Kevin 27. 107 

Banks. Lawrence 37, 38, 117, 189 

Banks, Will 132 

Bankston. Andre 107 

Bankston, Ed 198 

Barber, Amy ... 3, 9, 57, 58, 149, 178, 219 

Barber, Angela 117, 193 

Barbis. Nicole 21 , 50, 132 

Barbish, Brandon 132 

Barbish, Dana 35, 62. 107 

Barbish. Ethel 95 

Barcza. John 95 

Barfield. Keyonna 132 

Barker, Brenda 93, 200 

Barker, Greg 117, 147 

Barker, Maria 2, 7, 14. 146, 147, 149, 184, 
191,218 

Barkin, Melanie 132 

Barkoot, David 117 

Barnard. Charles 117 

Barnauskas, Mike 25. 26 

Barnes, Tammie 149 

Baron, Keith 117, 123. 189 

Barrett. Joyce 95 

Barrett. Justin 86,218 

Barrett. Ranessa 86, 117, 132, 218 

Barrett. Steven 30,55, 132 

Bartel. Kathryn 149. 200 

Bartlett, Carl 183 

Bartlett, Cliff 107 

Barzal, Joseph 102, 107 

Barzai, Timothy 175 

Baseball 188 

Basketball, Girl's 40 

Bateman, Monique 63. 1 17 

Batich, Stephanie 149 

Battle, Anthony 149 

Battle, Larry 149 

Bauer. Kathryn . 39, 40, 41, 42, 54, 55, 57, 
132, 192 

Beasley, Clifton 62,63 

Beatty, Brian 117 

Bechtel, Carol 92 

Bechtel, John 32, 33, 64. 78, 149 



Starla Withers, Shanna 

Washington, Joneice Porch, and 

Sommer Boswell are enjoying 

themselves at one of Euclid's football 

pep rallies. 



Bechtel, Kate 45, 117 

Beck, Jeffery 117 

Beck, Scott 28,117, 193 

Begg, Tiffany 117 

Begin, Adam 117 

Begovic, Brigita 132 

Behun, Jason 150 

Bekenkamp, Maartje 54, 62, 75, 150 

Belanich, James 44, 150, 188,201 

Belanich, Richard 44, 117 

Bell, Adonis 175 

Bell, Kalisha 117 

Bell, Kristin 107 

Bell, Lynn 64, 107 

Bell, Meredith 5, 150, 160 

Bell, Rodney 150 

Bell, Shavon 39, 107 

Benak, Bryan 33, 132 

Bender, Stan 80,95, 151, 152,200 

Benjamin, Jamil 107 

Benjamin, Lavory 117 

Bennett Jr, Edmond 150 

Benson, Lolita 150 

Bergolc, Daniel 78, 79,80, 117 

Bergolc, Melanie 80, 132, 142 

Bertovic, John 132 

Besley. Majida 107 

Besses. Louis 150, 188 

Besses, Truceilla ..., 107 

Best, Ariana 117 

Beuck, Andrew 132 

Beuoy, Donna 21, 132, 185,218 

Beverly, Melissa 14, 150 

Bialko. Khstie 107, 117 

Big Show 194 

Biggom, Brandon 190 

Bilak, Matthew 150 

Billips, Le Roy 176 

Birdsong, Carrie 64, 150 

Bischof, David 80, 132, 189 

Bischof, Kimberly 197 

Black, Allen 69, 78, 79, 95, 200 

Black, Dolores 85,95, 101, 200 

Black, Mary 95 

Blackburn, Thomas 107 

Blackford, Jaina 5,31,81, 132 

Blackwell, Tanisha 53, 132, 150 

Blade, Jerry 107 

Blair, Le Tera 57, 58 

Blatnik, Elizabeth 14, 31, 150, 156 

Blatnik, Frederick 20, 30, 67, 117 

Bloom, Jameka 68, 150, 178, 182, 184 

Bluhm. William 107 



Blunt, Damon 65, 1! 

Bock, Christopher i; 

Boddie, Christopher 36, 1; 

Boddie, Simeon24, 25, 26, 27, 36, 38, 1 

Bode, Emily 10, 51 , 52, 69, 87, 1 

Bogard, Cornelia 1i 

Bojc. Joseph 43, 1; 

Bolden, Daunte 1; 

Bolden, Thomas 132, II 

Bolding, Benjamin 1: 

Bonfiglio, Melissa ..34, 131, 132, 142, l! 

Boos, Becky 11, 68, 87. 117, 2 

Boos, Kristy 1: 

Borally's Catering 2i 

Borchert, Rebecca 47, 49, 68, 1i 

Borcziak, Heather 1; 

Borrero, Anita 1: 

Bosher, Denny 27, 1i 

Bosolt, Joseph 150, t 

Boswell. Sommer 117, 2 

Bowers, Jason 1; 

Bowie, Clarissa 153, 183, 1i 

Bowser, Jessica 62, 1i 

Boy's Tennis 1: 

Boyce, Aaron 36, 37, 38, 43, 85, 153, 1/ 
180, 184 

Boyce, Joseph 43, ti 

Boyd, Elan 1i 

Boyes, Keith 1 17, 1: 

Bradek, Crystal 1 

Bradford, Calvin 39, 1i 

Bragg Jr, Johnny 1 

Bray. Latisha 1 

Brearton. Gene 95. 103, II 

Breeden, Barbara 72, 95, 2i 

Breeze, David i 

Bremer, Kevin 1! 

Brennan, Nicholle 153, 178, 182, V. 

Brenner, Rhiannon 117, 2 

Bresler, Gregory 1i 

Bresler, Nicholas 1i 

Brewer, Kristina 89, 1i 

Brewster, Christina 1i 

Brinovec, David 1 

Briscoe, Maurice 11 

Britsky, Dawn T 

Brkic, Joe 1! 

Brochak, Shaun 27, 1i 

Brokaw, Kerry 1: 

Brooks, Chameka 1i 

Brown, Christopher 1i 

Brown. Dale II 

Brown. Daniel II 



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Brown, Deleonte 25, 26, 48, 49, 117, 160, 
179, 190 

Brown, Felicia 153 

Brown, Jeffrey 107 

Brown, Jerin 117 

Brown, Kennetli 107 

Brown, Kimyashia 107 

Brown, Larry 27, 107 

Brown, Rafael .. 13, 20, 30, 74, 84, 85, 86, 
88. 89, 94, 153, 177, 178, 184 

Brown, Fiick 188 

Brown, Sandra .23, 31, 81, 153, 168, 178, 
184, 191 

Brown, Stefanie 57, 59, 132 

Brown, Tomika 132 

Brown III. James 107 

Browne, Mark 78,79, 117 

Bruketa. Meryann 68, 82, 178, 201 

Bruno, Michael 28, 107 

Brzeczkowski, Jenna 30, 74, 87, 153. 178, 
182, 184,201.202,217 

Brzezinski, Erin 77, 107 

Brznawski, Kristy 28 

Buchannon, William 4,27,38, 107 

Buchner, Elizabetfi 9, 82, 132 

Buchner, Jon 1 93 

Buck, Pat 95,98, 200 

Buggs, Lakesha 3, 7, 17, 79, 85, 153, 201 , 
202 

Buhaley, Grady 190 

Bujnocki, Patrick 64, 132, 189 

Buncic Jr.. Ivica 132 

Bunton. Clifton 107 

Burdecki, Mike 175 

Burgess, James 176 

Burke. Dan 194, 195 

Burke, David 30, 118, 168 

Burke, Jason 118 

Bunell, Christopher 107 

Burton 111. Emanuel 106, 107 

Bush, Debra 153 

Bush, Joan 45, 196 

Bush, Kyle 14, 44, 82, 153, 159, 178, 180. 
184, 190,201,202 

Bush III, Frederick 27, 38, 107 

Butera, Richard 54, 57, 107 

Butkus, Daina 187, 194 

Butler, Tiffany 118 

Buttari, Brandi 132 

Buttrick III. Earnest 153 

Culture Club was a 
new organization that 
began this year 

Cade, Alfonzo 147, 153, 182 

Cadovec, Kristina 107 

Cahill, Jeffrey 38, 107 

Calabrese, Danielle.... 54, 55, 56, 57, 122, 
132 

Caldwell, EInora 39, 102 

Caldwell, Steven 57, 190, 195, 199 

Callahan, Corey 118 

Callahan, Dontrell 49, 64, 65, 89, 153 

Callahan Jr, Daryl 107 

Callihan, Kendra 95,200 

Calvert, David 108 

Calvert, Jennifer .-;;-?;;?;SSf. 62, 133 

Calwise, Tiaria 118 



Cangemi, Jason 133 

Cangemi, Jeffrey 133 

Capretta. Jennifer 108 

Carey, Brendan 118 

Carleton, Amanda 108 

Carleton, William 118 

Carlson, Jennifer 118, 193 

Carlson, Kevin .... 54, 56, 64, 98, 153, 159, 
219 

Carlton, Amanda 57, 58, 68 

Carlton, Tony 87 

Carmichael, Casey 26, 65, 118 

Carmody, Judy 87, 95, 151 , 200 

Carney, Pat 190 

Carney, Timothy .. 22, 46, 48, 49, 133, 190 

Carpenter, Patricia 45, 108 

Carpenter, Paul David ... 85, 153, 178, 184 

Carr, Benjamin 133 

Carr, Daniel 133 

Carroll, Ben 194, 199 

Carroll, Matthew 32, 33, 118. 123 

Carse, Laura 118. 126 

Carter 111, Charles 133 

Case, Wendy 25, 73, 95 

Casiato, Eric 118 

Casiato, Robby 108 

Caves, Belicia 108 

Centofanti, Jennifer 153 

Ceranowicz, Charles 65, 108 

Ceranowicz, Edward 65, 118 

Cerjan. Jennifer 133 

Cesa. William 133 

Chambers. Amira 133 

Chambers. Terrance 118 

Champa. David 81, 133 

Champion, Leroy 108 

Chandler, Amy 108 

Chandler, Paige 118 

Charles, Latresa 153 

Chatman. Trisha 198 

Cheerleaders 50 

Cheraso, Frank 133 

Cherkas, Daniel 21, 133 

Cheshier, Lisa 55. 95 

Childress, Tameshala 133 

Chinni, Adrienne ...75, 153, 178, 182, 184 

Chitwood, Jamie 154, 184 

Chitwood, Martha 133 

Chmielewski, Robert 25, 26, 28, 1 33 

Choir, Gospel 63 

Choma, Kristin 51, 108 

Choral Masters 62 

Choraliers 62 

Cfiristen, Patricia 133, 192 

Christides, Androniki .,31, 81, 86, 89, 154, 
178. 185 

Christopher, Angle 95 

Christopher, Magdalen 133 

Christopher, Nicole .. 85, 88, 89, 154, 159, 
177, 178, 179 

Ciarlillo, Angelo 108, 118 

Cicco, Jennifer 54, 55, 56, 57, 89, 108 

Ciofani, Michael ,.,. 175 

Cirino, Angelo :V; 118 

Cirino, Laura; 118 

Ciulla, Cindy... 20, 21, 154, 159, 178, 182, 
184 

Clark, Alaycia .;,.. 39 

Clark, Anita 133 

Clark, Bryant 24,25,48,49, 154, 190 




Clark, Christine 118 

Clark, Darnell 118 

Clark, Isis 175 

Clark, John 108 

Clark, Joseph 118 

Clark, Kimberly 8, 154, 178, 181, 182, 184 

Clark, Marie 95, 102 

Clark, Nicole 133 

Clark, Richard 118, 133 

Clark, Shannon 17, 57, 58, 108 

Clarke, Katie 67, 80, 133 

Clarke. Melissa 31,81, 154, 168 

Clarkson, Shane 118 

Clarkson, Sheena 133 

Cleaves, Monique 108 

Climax Specialty Metals Corp 200 

Clinic Aides 66 

Close Up 75 

Club, Key 69 

Club, Ski 70 

Coates, Akilah 154 

Cockrell, Tomika 108 

Coffey, Sherita 118 

Cofield, Bridgette 108 

Cogley, Amber 35, 51 , 68, 108 

Colaianni, Carmen 95 

Colan, Margaret 154 

Coiantonio, Joseph 108 

Cole, Jamie 108 

Coleman, James ...44, 46, 54, 57, 60, 118 

Coles, Omar 53, 56,57, 154 

Collier, Alan 133 

Collins, Manicka . 7, 17, 68, 154. 160, 178, 
206 

Collins. Vanessa 118 

Collins Jr. Thurman 118 

Colon, Radames 19 

Colonna, Christopher 154 

Comer, April 108 

Commencement 199 

Compton, Gregory 175 

Congin, Michael 133, 154 

Conklin, Kevin 133, 154 

Connelly, Frances 108 

Connor, Talia 108 

Conteh, Atimu 108 

Conyers, Bryan 89, 108 

Cool, Dane 154, 178 

Cooper, Jeron 25,26,28, 118 

Cooper, Ocurlest 49. 118 

Cooper, Richard 118, 190 

Cooper, William 108 

Copenhaver, John 95 

Copic, John 108 

Copic, Katherine 4, 13, 52, 69, 80. 82. 83, 
85, 86, 89, 94, 147, 154, 179, 218 

Copley. Michael 176 

Corcoran. Margaret 6, 38, 51, 108 

Corleto, Daniel 30,84, 133, 190 

Corleto, Marina 84, 85, 148, 154, 168, 185 

Cornwell, Felisha 108 

Corrigan, Jill 61, 66, 133 

Cosiano, Ralph 190 

Costa, Christopher 133 

Cotten, Glenn 133 

Council, Student 88, 89 

Cousette, Deshawn 108 

Coyne, Megan 45, 133, 191 

Cravrford, Alia 61,86,87, 133 

Crawford. Sandra 108 

Creer, Michael 27, 108 

Criado, Geno 154 

Crider, Kizzy 118, 133 

Crismor, Rebecca 39, 108 

Croft, Kristopher 133 

Crosby, Kevin 64, 133 

Cross Country 46 

Crutchfield. Derrick 27, 108 

Cudo, Jay 188 

Culture Club 76 



Michelle O'Donnell and Brandi 
Wright working on a chemistry 
experiment. 



Cummings, Shaun 27, 108 

Cummings, Yolanda 133 

Cummings, Yolonda 154 

Cunningham, Annette 84, 118 

Cunningham, Clayton 37, 38, 133 

Cunningham, Cory 118 

Cupar, Michael 154 

Cutwright, George 157. 182, 184 

Cvetovac, Alan 31, 108 

Cyganski, Nicholas 118 

ictionaries were used 
by students to improve 
I their vocabulary 

D'Apice, Jessica 118 

D'Apice. Kelly 133 

Dacar, Julie 5, 62, 131. 133, 192 

Dacar, Mary Ann 23,47, 72, 133, 191 

Dacar, Michael 19, 157, 201, 202 

Dana, Pandora 65, 108 

Dane, Margana 194, 197 

Daniels. Bernardette 108 

Darby, Antonio B 108, 176 

Dattilo, Richard 108 

Daugherty, Harold 38, 95 

Daugherty, James 176 

David, Jennifer 38, 118 

David, John 190 

Davis, Amanda 11, 74, 84, 118 

Davis, Antonio 49, 133, 190 

Davis, Darnell 108 

Davis, Eugene 108 

Davis, Farisha 157 

Davis, Hannah 5,25,38,73, 114, 157 

Davis, Howard 108 

Davis, Jennifer 80, 118 

Davis, Johnathan 65, 93, 108 

Davis, Lowell 92 

Davis. Lynn 93 

Davis, Nathaniel 28, 133 

Davis Jr. Maurice 108 

Dawson, Randolph 33, 133 

Dawson, Stephanie 133 

De Boe, Danielle .., 70, 157, 201, 202 

De Wine, Carol ....aj,^^^ 92 

De Wine, Matthew .''....73l , 54, 57, 60. 1 08 
De Wine, Timothy 52, 67, 76, 84, 89, 133. 
195 

Dean, Lori 11,68, 118 

Deister, Thomas 64, 133, 157 

Dennis, Erioka 57, 58, 108 

Dennis. Jason 157 

Dennis, Jonathan 108 

Deramus, Randolph 65, 108 

Derganc, Jason 133, 157 

Di Bartolomeo, Richard 118 

Di Blase, Chris 199 

Di Blase, Stephanie ,. 54, 55, 57, 1 1 8. 1 22 

Dickson, La Donti 133 

Dietrich, Katie 157 

Dietz, Jessica 157, 178, 183, 184 

Diggins, Toni 108 

Dilalla, Patrick 31, 54, 57, 60, 75, 108 

Dillon, Carly 118 

Dindia, Shannon 118 

Dineen, Michelle31, 50, 81, 157. 178, 182, 
184 

DiPaulo's Home of Beauty 208 

Dirk, Andrew 136 

Dirk, David 157 

Dismukes Jr, Jerome 136 

Dissauer, Larry 136 

Distributive_Education 81 

Divider, Academics 90 

Divider. Activities 52 

Divider, Memories 186 

Divider, Senior 146 

Divider, Sports 22 

Divider, Student Lite 6 

Divider, Underclass 104 

Dixon, Adrienne 175 

Dixon, Ann 108 





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Index 











Dixon, Forrest 33 

Dixon, Kim 95 

Olugos. Brian 21, 157 

DIugos, Sean ,..:-, 108 

Dobucki, Dana ;■. 136 

Dodge, Amanda 45, 108 

Domin, Elizabetln 116, 118, 148 

Oominick, Jodi .10, 51, 61, 83, 86, 88, 89, 
118, 194 

Dominique, Kimberly 157, 184 

Dooley, Sonia. ■— .•^- 118 

Doolin, Jacqueline...,;^,'. 118 

Dorsey, Shannon ......i 118 

Dotson, Richard '. 108 

Dolson, Sheree .' 119 

Dowd, Rashida 108 

DovtoII, Demetrius 28, 64, 65, 89, 157, 
178, 182, 193,201,202 

Doyle, Jessica 45, 109 

Doyle. Michael 28.43, 119, 189 

Drienka, Sue 193 

Dnscoll, James 190 

Du Bose Jr, Jerry 119 

DuBroy, Terry 95, 151 

Duchon, Nichole 136 

Dudley, Cherie 62, 63 

Dudley. Kesha 127, 136 

Dugandzic, Ana 1,36 

Duheric. Zineta 109 

Duke, Nakeshia 65, 109 

Dula, Joseph 54, 55, 57, 60. 1 36 

Dulla, Chad 184 

Duncan, Angel 65, 157, 178 

Duncan, Steven12, 24, 25, 29, 73, 90, 136 

Dunn. Doug 184 

Durbin, Michael 30, 31, 95. 101 

Durr, Darius 109 

Durrah, Rachand,..,. 26,54, 119 

Durrah, Raychand 28 

Duval, Jonathan 119 

Duvall, Daniel 175 

Dworning, Apnl 109 

Dwyer, Bill 93 

Dwyer Jr, Gary12, 13, 14.24,25,81, 156, 
157,178, 188,201,202 

Dybzinski, Jeffrey 157, 201, 202 

Dzerowicz, Alex 95, 151 

uclid sports had a 
successful vear 



Earick, Jessica 119 

Ebright, Danielle 65,76, 136, 182 

Echolls, Rich 27 

Echols, Kelly 119, 178 

Echols, Reggie 96, 152 

Echols, Richard 10, 27, 109 

Echon, Michael 1:69 

Eddy, Christopher 119 

Eddy. Ryan 30,38, 157. 178, 184 

Edmonds, Andrew 109 

Edmonds Jr, Ronnie 109 

Edsall, Amanda 136 

Edwards, Kimiko -,,... a 158 

Edwardsen, Jason 1... 6l','6S, 136 

Egrek, Stacy 136 

Elding, Ken 109 

Eler, Sandy 109 

Eler, Sylvia 71,89, 142, 158. 181,201, 

202,219 

Ellis. Quiana 109 

Ellis, Yelonda 109 

Elston. Charlotte 96 

Emerman, Jeremy 158 

Eminger, Andrew 13, 30, 33, 64, 136 

Eminger, Kns 33 

Eminger, Knstina 13, 52, 84, 147, 158, 

179. 184,201, 203 

Enaro, Jim 43 

English, Mark 119 

Erak, Thomas 119 

Ernst, Chad 176 





Espiritu, Joel 175 

Euclid Heat Treating Co 208 

Euclid Office Supply 208 

Euclidian 71 

Eucuyo 77 

Evans, Kevin 38, 43, 70, 89, 1 1 9, 1 23, 1 89 

I ootball team re- 
' corded another 10-0 
record 

Fabert, Christina ..4,8. 11, 17. 50,51, 52, 
53, 83, 84, 88, 89. 94, 136. 142. 143, 198, 
218 

Fall Play 86 

Farone, Gia 158 

Farrow, Kyla 158 

Farrow, Vatreisha 39, 116, 119 

Fears, Angelec 49, 63, 109 

Felden, Paul 158, 193 

Feldkamp, Ann .. 11,35,83. 119, 123, 193 

Fell. John 92 

Fenick, Nichole 136 

Ferguson, Candace 57, 58,84, 119 

Ferlito. Ken 61, 96, 197,200 

Fernatt, James 109. 176 

Fields. Marcus 119 

Fifolt, Laura .... 4, 31. 50, 70, 85, 152, 158, 
168,179,182, 184,219 

Figueira, Brent 33 

Figuero, Richard 30,68,119 

Finotti, Dana 5,30.31,81, 136,214 

Fiorelli, Antonina 54, 57, 109 

Fiorille, Jason 136 

Fisher, Antoine 22, 25, 26, 27, 38, 106 

Fisher, Tshombe 49, 175 

FitzGerald, Allison 34, 39, 72, 76, 105, 

135, 136, 191,219 

FItzpatrick, Noella 119 

Flag Corps 58 

Flament, Gale 96 

Fleetwood, Charmaine 109 

Fleischer, Samuel 119 

Fletcher, Kelly 119, 136 

Flynt, Erin 39. 109 

Focareto, Kelly 19, 158, 159. 179, 180 

Fogarty, Timothy ...43, 89, 119, 123, 178. 
189 

Fonovic, Janet 2,4, 12, 14,71,80,85. 

158. 179,219 

Football 24 

Forbes, Rodney 65 

Fording, Mark 119, 189 

Fording, Michael 81,158, 188 

Forster, Shawn 175 

Fort, Tiyona 119 

Fortson, Terrance 109 

Foster, Courtney 119 

Foster, Lamonte .. 25, 26, 48. 49, 119, 190 

Fouohe. De Laurence .,.,. 109 

Fowler, Jane 96 

Fox, Audree ^ 93 

Fox, Jamie .1 136 

Fox, Michelle M 119 

Fox, Sean .,.„,,,,j..,„,i., J.|. 19, 30, 1 19 

Fox, Stephanie... ". '35. 106, 109 

Francetic, Dan 96, 152 

Frano, Nicole v;:ri:K iMS 

Frazier, Johnny ....; I|9 

Frazier, Patrick 38 

Frederick, Eric 175 

Frederick, Mark 64, 109 

Fredrick, Allison 45,65, 119 

Freedman, Holly 96 

Freeh, Emily 54, 60, 109 

Freeh, Joshua .. 54, 55, 56, 57, 60, 72, 85, 
158, 179,201,203 

Freeman, Lauren 35. 45, 63, 89, 109 

Freeman, Lindsay . 52, 70. 81, 84, 85. 86, 
88, 89. 106, 142, 148, 158, 177, 179, 182, 
183, 184, 192,201,203 

National Honor Society inductees 
having lunch in the cafeteria after 
being tapped. 



Freeman, Nicole.. 158, 191 

Freeman, Tyria..,., 109 

Freeman, William 136 

Fretter, Ryan , 175 

Frieden, Jennifer 119 

Fuduric, John 109 

Fuduric, Michael 78, 158 

Fuller, Donna 109 

Fuller, Raychaun 109 

Fulton, Christine 89, 109 

Fulton, Lisa 119 

Future Educators 74 

Goals are an important 
part of a person's life 
if they want success 

Gady, Erin 109 

Gady, Kevin .. 30. 148, 158, 168, 179. 182 

Gage, Davina 119 

Galati, Charles 64, 109 

Gallon, Travis 119 

Ganser, Dawn 57, 62, 136 

Ganser, Jarod 109 

Ganser, Jason 176 

Gardner, Lemuel 28, 54, 57, 1 19 

Gardner, Tammy 158 

Gardner, Tonya 109 

Garlauskas, Markus 65, 136, 142 

Garrett, Dara 39 

Garrison, Rob 175 

Garzinskas, Marty 45 

Gaspersic, Erika 176 

Gast, William ..,25, 65, 136, 158, 179, 184 

Gates. Barb 96 

Gatson, Lloyd 109 

Gavin. Kelly 6, 51 , 64. 89, 109 

Gecewich, Brian 43, 119, 189 

Gecewich. Christine 57, 59, 109 

Geiger, Kristina ,. 4, 17, 42, 45, 50, 52, 83, 
84, 88, 89, 94, 136, 156, 178, 198, 218 

Genaro, Gharies 119 

Genovese, Nicole 5, 61. 136, 192 

Gentile, Erica 109 

Gentile, Richard 127, 136 

George Jr, Reginald ..30, 54, 57, 119, 190 

Geosano, Nicholas 119 

Gench, Meigan 5, 83, 136 

Gerome, Matthew 175 

Gezann. Karen .,. 7, 54, 55, 57, 62, 75. 85, 
158, 179, 184, 186 

Giancola, David 57, 62, 1 19 

Gibbons, Catherine 10, 55, 136 

Gibbons, Elizabeth 42, 55, 109 

Gibbs, LaTasha 65, 119 

Giboney. Breslin 109 

Gibson, Wendy 136 

Gilbert, Michele 119 

Gildersleeve, Robyn 119 

Gilliam, Chacily 109 

Gilliam, Melaney 62, 136 

Gillyard, Carlos 54. 65, 89, 158 

Gillyard II, Romeo 54, 57. 64, 109 

Girl's Tennis 42 

Glass, Joseph 109 

Glavan, Beokie 2, 71, 75, 81, 136, 159, 

192.219 

Glavan, Stacie 2, 5, 12, 14, 38, 71, 75, 80, 
85,89, 160, 161, 179, 192, 193,201.203, 
218. 219 



Glowacki, Aileen 55, 135, 136, 191 

Glowacki, Paul ,„ 46, 49, 55, 69, 105, 119. 
190 

Gnandt, Karen 89, 109 

Godec, Adam 33, 119 

Godec, Jamie,,70, 81, 161, 179.201,203 

Godec, Rebecca 35, 51, 109 

Godnovec, Ken 189 

Goerndt, Timothy 28, 109 

Golf 43 

Good, Margaret ,.. 19, 47, 55, 75, 136, 196 

Good, Paula 199 

Gooden, Damlen 175 

Gooding, Bill 93 

Goodman, Brandon 136 

Goodwin, Donte 109 

Gordon, Erica 136 

Gorman, Jeffrey 109 

Gorman, Kevin 14, 161, 167 

Gorman, Melissa 136 

Gould, Rolynda 109 

Goulde, De Juan .... 12, 13, 24, 25, 37, 38, 
136, 187, 190 

Qrabianowski, Jennifer 54, 57, 109 

Grabianowski Jr, Timothy 61. 119 

Graham, Kathleen 47, 55, 72, 136, 159 

Grande, Danielle 109 

Granite, Kevin 195. 197 

Granito, Scott 38,61, 136, 142 

Grant, Brian 109 

Grant, Derrick 119 

Grant, Jason 2, 161 

Graves, Malinda 109, 119 

Graves, Mattel 119 

Gray, Kevin 30, 65, 81, 136, 161, 179 

Grayer, Michele 161 

Greer, Nikeeya 2, 161 

GreisI, Ed 96 

Greskowiak. Jamie ,, 39, 68, 120, 193, 200 

Gnda, Angela 109 

Gneshammer, ttflary 120, 123 

Gnesmar, Clara 109 

Grinsted, James 38, 109 

Grisard, Doug.... 54, 55 

Gnsard, Douglas 57, 60, 120 

Gnsez, Barry ... 25, 68, 161, 188, 201. 203 

Grisez, Patrick 43, 109 

Gross, Katy 21, 136 

Grubach, Alexis 120, 123 

Grubach, Ethan 136 

Grundman, Jeffrey 30, 38, 136. 189 

Grushcow, Bea 61, 96, 200 

Guarnien, Michael 53, 56, 57, 120 

Gudaitis, Carolyn 47, 49, 55, 120, 191 

Gustafson. Cynthia 161 

Guttu, Jeffrey 120 

Guy, Amy 5, 160. 161 



H 



onies were called by 
teachers if students 
were tardv to class 



Haddon. Zinzila 136 

Hadyk, Lauren 34. 68. 136, 192 

Hagood, Jewel 63. 71, 76, 78, 89, 159. 

161. 179, 183, 184,201,206.213,219 

Hairston, Maurice 63, 110 

Halbedel, Tom 46,96. 102,190 

Hale, Lora 110 




:iMall. Ebony....... 110 

Hall, Hanisha 110 

Hall, Hershel 160 

Hall, Jennifer 39,41, 160, 161 

Hall, Milton 110, 120 

Hailer, Edward 110 

Halloween 82 

Halstead, Joshua 120 

Haluska, Marcy 39, 40, 96 

Hamelin. Kaiser 136 

Hamilton, Ken 198 

Hamilton, Sheril<a 137 

Hammond, Joshua 110 

Hammond, Randolph 65, 120 

Hance, David 65, 110 

Hance, Fredrick 137 

Harmon, Tiffany 66 

Harper, LaTassha 137 

Harris, Amanda 110 

Harris, Carmekia 39, 122 

Harris, Courtney 191 

Harris, Damian 102. 110 

Harris, David 102, 120 

Harris, Demetrius 65, 120, 137 

Harris, Desiree 110 

Harris, Kortni 110 

Harris, Markeysha 63, 110 

Harris, Maurice 120, 137 

Harris, Ronald 161 

Harris, Sue 93 

Harris, Tanyanekia 161 

Harris, Tiffany 110 

Harris, Venita 120, 137 

Harris 111, John 120 

Harris Jr. Anthony 120 

Harris Jr, Richard 110 

Harris Jr, Terry 110 

Harrison. William .... 12, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 
161 

Harsh, Aaron 137 

Harsh, Andrew 137 

Hart, Gregory 137 

Hartman, Tracey 120 

Hartmann, Jeff 96, 151, 152 

Hartshorn, Jonathan 26, 137 

Hasberry, Stephany 110 

Hatcher, Craig 110 

Hausen, Jennifer 110 

Hawley, Vincent 176 

Hayes, Sharonda 120 

Haynes, Angela 62, 65, 161 , 201 , 203 

Heard, Khalilah 137 

Hegedus. James 137 

Heiss, Craig 31, 65, 110 

Heiss, Eric 19, 30, 135. 137 

Henderson, Djranell 64, 137 

Henderson, Lakeisha 39, 137, 191 

Hendrickson, Amy 194 

Hendrickson, Kevin 65, 110 




Henson, Robert 137 

Heramb. IVIichael 30 137 193 

Heramb, Rob 96, 151, 152, 193,200 

Heramb, Ryan 31, 65, 110 

Herbert, Scott 137, 189 

Herman, Karvarees 161 

Herman, Tramico 120 

Heuer, Carolyn 96, 200 

Heuer, Thomas 27, 33, 54, 110 

Hicks, Leslie 110 

Hicks, Tiffany .:... 198 

Higgins, Brett 161, 183 

Higgins, Damien 120 

Higgins, Darneisha 161 

Higgins, Gregory 1 10 

Higgins, Michael 27, 38, 106, 110 

Hlgham. Steven 64, 137 

Highland, Kourtney 62,87, 110 

Hilger, Amy 137 

Hill, Ambreese 120 

Hill, La Quita D 63, 120, 137, 191 

Hill III, Berry 110 

Hillsman Jr, Monroe . 9, 12, 23, 25, 26, 38, 
91, 120, 123, 190 

Hines, Adam 46.49, 120, 190 

Hines, Suzanne 96 

Hinton, Cherie 34, 39, 40, 127, 137 

Hinton, Dwayne 137 

Hiscott, Kelly 77, 120 

Hobson, David 161 

Hockey 32 

Hodder, Amy .. 3, 34, 68, 79, 85, 1 62, 1 79, 
183, 184, 192 

Hodder, Jo Anne 96, 200 

Hodge, Bradley 120, 189 

Hodge, Clarice 162 

Hoffa, Samantha 120, 186 

Hoffert, Frank 96, 151 

Hoffman, Matthew 146, 159, 162, 178, 

179, 188,201,203 

Hoffman. Michael 5, 20, 162, 178, 179, 

188,201,203 

Holiday Play 87 

Holland, Joshua 28, 29, 70, 162, 168, 179 

Hollingsworth, Dale 96, 127,, 152 

Hoilins, Latrica 62. 63,120 

Hoilins, Oaticia 120 

Hoilins, Twshanaa 63. 137 

Hollis, Sharon ... 17, 39. 41, 52, 83, 88. 89, 
94, 134, 135, 137, 159, 178, 192, 218 

Holly, Richard 137 

Holness, Shaun 38, 53, 54. 57, 110 

Holstein, Dennis 137 

Hoitz, Christopher 110 

Homecoming 12 

Homovec, Dick 96, 152 

Hood, Ralph 162, 179 

Hoover. Lisa 120 

Hopkins, Jessica . 7, 19, 89, 162, 182, 183 

Hoppert, Melissa 120, 193 

Horton, Jeffrey 162 

Horton, Steven 38, 110 

Hose Master Inc 208 

Howard, Charies 27 

Howard, Latoya 137 

Howard. Romero 110 

Howard. Shawn 120 

Howard, Tiffany 1 10 

Howard II, Charies 110 

Howell, Amy 87, 110 

Howell, Carrie 74, 87, 162, 179, 217 

Hrdlicka, Anthony 137 

Hrdlicka, Nicole .,31, 120 

Hren, Rebecca 45,89, 116, 120 

Hren, Tony 197 

Hrovat, Allison 42, 77, 1 10 

Hrovat, Jennifer., 10, 42, 68, 77, 137, 191, 
218 

Hubbard, Lakehsa 162 

Hubbard, Michael 120 

Hudson, Linea 39, liO 

Hughes, De Aunte 120 

Humar, James 65, 137 

Humbert, Katherine 137 

Humphery, Tilden 194, 199 

Hunter, Eugene 110 

Hunter, Nigel 137 

Hurt, Tiffany 110 




Hutchins, Amy 162 

Hutson, Azizi 110 

Hutton, Joi 4, 17,57, 58, 104, 120 

Hutton, Kimberiy 89, 110 

Hylkema, Brian 137 

n-School-Suspension 
was much more strict 
than in previous 
years 

lannetta, Krista 137 

Ibarra, Leandra 137 

Ibarra, Shaundra 176 

Index 210 

Indoor Track 'i.., 48 

Ingram, Shmere 110 

Irons, William 137 

Isaacs, Larry 96 

Ivory, Darice 110 

uniors always looked 
forward to their 
senior year 

Jablonski, Frank 74, 96 

Jackson, Caroline 137 

Jackson, David 1 10 

Jackson, Elisha 137 

Jackson, Israel 65 

Jackson, Jonta 110 

Jackson, Kayola 137 

Jackson, Nicole 10, 54, 110. 191 

Jackson 111, John 120 

Jackson Jr, Israel 162 

Jakiewicz, Carolyn 138 

Jakse. Jeffrey 162 

Jakse, Margaret 110 

Janez, Joseph 162 

Janosik, James 110 

Janosik Jr. Joseph 64, 137 

Jazz Band 60 

Jeffrey. Jerry 120, 189 

Jeffrey, Ricky 175 

Jeffries, Karenina 120 

Jelinic, Jean 81, 96, 152 

Jenkins. Amber 110 

Jenkins, Donshay 137 

Jenkins, Jason 137 

Jenkins, Kimberiy 62, 110 

Jenkins, Mikia 110 

Jenko, Christina 162 

Jenko, David 120 

Jennings, Solema 39, 162 

Jenc, Kelly 137 

Jernejcic, Christine 120 

Jerousek. Garrett 110 

Jobs 18 

Jochum, Michael 110 

Johnson, Brandon 120. 126 

Johnson, Cedric 38. 110 

Johnson, David 27, 110 

Johnson, Donald 137, 162 

Johnson. Fernandas 25, 26, 27, 120 

Johnson, Gregory 110 

Johnson, Jacques 120 

Johnson, Johnny 27, 1 1 1 

Johnson, Kimberiy Ill 

Johnson, Latanyia 162 

Johnson, Matrika 10, 54, 57, 93, 111 

Johnson, Melinda 162, 183 

Johnson, Nicole 19, 137 

Johnson, Qiana 120 

Johnson, Riki 1 1 1 

Johnson, Shawnte Ill, 120 

Johnson, Shenise .. 3, 7, 17, 20, 147, 159, 
162 

Johnson, Tenesia 163 

Johnson. Vernesha 160 

Johnson, William 137 

Johnson, Yolonda 2 

Johnston, Nicole 121 

Jolly, Michael 38, 111 

Jones, April 137 



Jones, Brandi ..64. 138 

Jones. Cassandra 54, 138 

Jones. Christopher 121 

Jones, Jason 121, 163 

Jones, Joel 163 

Jones, Kishaie. 57, 58, 85, 163, 180, 183, 
184, 218 

Jones, Latisha 163, 189 

Jones, Robert 111. 121 

Jones, Yolanda 163. 179 

Jordan, Brian 190 

Jordan, Jaime 121 

Jordan, Ken 160, 179 

Jordan, Pamela 7, 50, 156, 163, 182, 201, 
203 

Juniors 130 

Jurcic, Ivan 121 

Jurcic. Mladen 121 



K 



nuth, new principal, 
at Euclid High School 



Kale Sarah 17, 62, 77, 105, 138, 142 

Kaminskaya. Alia 81, 163 

Kaminski, Phillip 1 1 1 

Kane, Spencer 3, 92, 152, 200 

Karaba, Dennis 138 

Kascak, Jennifer 68, 163, 180, 184 

Kascak, Kristen 39, 111 

Kasunic. Jeffrey 121 

Katona, Joyce 96 

Kauffman, Jan 96, 200 

Kausek, Leslie 138, 142 

Kavcic, Erica 138 

Kazar, Stephanie Ill 

Kazan, Bill 28, 96, 97, 200 

Keffer, Jessica 163 

Kehn, Dennis 96 

Kehn, Jan 96 

Keiffer, Matthew 1 1 1 

Keller, Jennifer 121, 138 

Keller, Sarah 1 1 1 

Kelley, Jim 96, 152 

Kelly, Amanda 121 

Kelly, Bryan 175 

Kelly, Tenishia 175 

Kemp, Antoine 24, 25, 73, 163 

Kennedy, Omar Ill 

Kenner, Tyrone 38 

Kerestesy, Daniel Ill 

Kerko, Melissa Ill 

Ketchum, Kevin 54, 56, 57, 60, 62, 163 

Ketchum, Mark 138 

Ketchum, Stacia 17,54,56,57, 121 

Key Club 69 

Khamassi, James ri;e'l63 

Kids on the Block 67 

Kilkenney, Erin 47,80, 111 

Killion, Mark 163, 179, 180, 184 

Kimball, Jason 121 

Kineva, Diana 138 

King, Chris 198 

King. Jeanna Ill 

King, Jessica 111 

Kinison, Heather 61, 127, 138 

Kinkopf, Christopher 138 

Kiral, Mary 33, 74, 86, 163, 185, 201, 204. 

218 

Kish, Kristin ....75, 85, 155. 156, 163, 180, 

181, 183, 184, 196 

Klein, Ellen 99 

Kletecka, Christopher7, 14, 15,23, 30, 38, 

78, 79, 163, 178, 180, 183. 184, 188, 201, 

204 

Kletecka, Jason, 38. 43, 89, 121, 123,189 

Klingmann, Kristopher Ill 

Klocker, Carolyn 62, 121, 191 

Klocker, Kevin 30, 61, 138 

Knight, Robert 121 

Knuth, Robert.. 3, 72, 92, 93, 94, 148, 200 
Kochis, Jessica 75, 84, 85, 163, 179, 201, 
204,218 




Kocin, Kathryne 138 

Kocin, Katy 80 

Koczur. Heather 98, 99, 147 

Koenig, Ingrid 76,99, 101 

Koepp, Kristlna 163 

Koerber, Melissa 34, 138, 191 

Koeth. Angela 33, 81, 86, 138, 218 

Koeth, Curtis 65, 111 

Kohanski, Sally 192 

Koiicti, Cassandra 121 

Kolich, Nicole 121 

Kontra, Kelly 89, 111 

Kontra. Terry 1 1 1 

Koons, Matthew Ill 

Koop, Scott 27 

Kope, Frederick 64, 111 

Kosovich, Kimberly 55. 57, 59, 1 1 1 

Kovacevich, Christina 35,39, 111 

Kovatch, T Brad 80, 165 

Kovit, Jacob 111 

Kovit, Zackery 138 

Kozar, Kimberly Ill 

Kozlowski, Karen 99 

y-^'A/- Kramer, Barbara 92 

?#^S/Kramer, Elizabeth , 5, 25, 28, 73, 104. 138 

Krause, Michael 121 

Kravos. Todd 175 

Kreisoher, Michael 64, 111 

Kuclnski, Alexandra 15,31, 138 

Kugel, Marlene 138 

Kuhen, Sara ... 61, 87, 146, 165, 180, 183. 
184, 185,201,204 

Kukia, Brian 121 

Kulcsar, Elizabeth 121 

Kulcsar, Michael 1 1 1 

Kumel. Michelle 64,89. Ill 

Kunes, Mary ... 52, 57, 59. 68, 85. 89, 165, 

168, 191 

Kunsman. Kathryn 66, 111 

^ unches were very 
J good in comparison 
j^J with other schools 

La Cava. George 30. 121 

La China, Angela 165, 184, 201, 204 

La Fountaine, Harry .111 

La Riccia, Denise Ill 

La Rich, Denise 66, 121 

Lacey, Thomas 138 

Ladovich, Sfephan 138 

Lake, Doraja ;.,65. 87. 138,217 

Lally, John 121, 189 

Lamento. Heather 121 

Landsmann. Richard ... 54, 56, 57, 62. 121 

Lane. Ebonie 39,63, 121 

Lane. Gemini 138 

Langsdale, Debi 138 

» . Lanzaretta, Nicholas 121 

Lapp. Todd 44, 54, 60. 121 

It Lapuh, Gwendolynn . 4. 14, 50. 53, 56. 85, 

■L 152,165,178,180,182,183.184 

^B^ Lapuh, Jeff 193 

^fc '"'^liardomita, Jack 25 

immi. Lash, Devoncil Ill 

Lassiter. Eric 38, 121. 126 

Lastoria. Nicole 121 

Latine. Jeffrey 165, 180, 183, 184 

Latsch. Robert 30, 54, 57, 60. 121 

Laurich, Anthony 25, 138, 167 

Lausche, Robin 17, 54, 57, 138 

Laush, Mario 30, 121 

Lauver, Deanna 45, 65, 82, 138, 142 

Lawrence, Bany,... Ill 

Lawrence, David 92 

Lawrence. Jamel 49, 54, 57, 121, 190 

Lawrence, Scott 33, 78, 79, 121 

Laws, Anthony 121 

Lawson, Valonte ....fi...fn J«; 138 

Layton Jr, Leon : Ill 

Leach. Melissa '. 176, 181 

Leasure, Dustin 121 




Leasure, Nicole 121 

Leben, Shawn 24, 25, 28. 165 

Lederer, Andrew 121 

Lego, Chris 44 

Lemadue, Arle 192 

Lemieux, Karen 35, 51, 111 

Lemieux, Matt 190. 198 

Lemieux, Ronald Ill 

Lemieux, Wendy 175 

Leonetti, Betsy 58, 99, 151, 152 

Lepley, Jennifer 31, 64, 81, 165 

Lesefky, Erin 138 

Lesefky, Stacy 35, 39, 121, 123, 192 

Levett, Melvin 36, 37, 38 

Lewis, David 138 

Lewis, Don 188, 189 

Lewis, Letia 165. 183 

Lewis, Narieka 165 

Lewis. Tameka 138 

Lewis IV, Frank 56, 121 

Library Aides 77 

Lidrbauch, Joan 77, 99, 151, 152, 200 

Linderman, Joan 99 

Lindic, Amy L 138 

Lindic, Amy M 165, 180, 201, 204 

Lindic, Louis 65, 111 

Linn, Benjamin 165, 179 

Linna, Eero 176. 190 

Lishing, Thomas 138 

Little. Jeffrey 121 

Little, Robin 80, 165. 180, 193 

Litwinowicz, Christopher 28, 57, 121, 184, 
189 

Lloyd, Charmaine 63 

Lloyd, Charmayne 121 

Lloyd, Joi 138 

Lo Conti, Dawn 62, 86, 87, 138, 218 

Lockers 16 

Lockett, Rashanda 8, 50, 53, 138 

Lockhart, Carl 99 

Loew, Adam 138 

Lombardo, Vincent ....32. 33, 81, 138, 189 

Long, Jason 121 

Long. Maland 121 

Long, Timothy 121, 189 

Longazel, Scott 25, 26, 44. 64, 121 

Longshaw, Colleen 61. 65, 86, 87, 138 

Longstreth Jr, David 165 

Lorber, Eric Ill 

Lose, Kelly 165 

Lothy, Phonmany 121 

Lowe. Ken 99. 152 

Lucas, Marge 99,200 

Lucas. Matt 183, 184, 188 

Lucido, Christopher 124 

Ludvik. Andy 111 

Ludvik, Joseph 82. 165 

Luikart, Sean 165, 201, 204 

Luksich, J Damon Ill 

Lumpkin, Makeshia 102, 124 

Lynch, David 197 

Lynch, Kevin 138 

arching Band 
1 performed at the 
Citrus Bowl on New 
Year's Dav 






214 






Index 









Mack, Caroline k 52, 138 

Madison, Michael .' 111 

Mahle, Christina 81. 165 

Mahovlic. Christian 124 

Majorettes 59 

Malaney. Dana 68, 165, 185,201,204 

Mallard, Joe 138 

Malone, Karnita 165 

Malone, Keila Ill 

Meghan Orazen, Lori Meden, Dana 
Finotti, Margy Mihalic, Gma 
Phillips, Jeff Morris, Julie New- 
some, and Renee Slade shou their 
Christmas spirit. Jeff Morris vv'as an 
elf this past Elf Day 



Maloney, Ryan 111 

Manburg, Marc 99 

ManigaulL Qiana 124 

Marcelli. Christina 74, 87, 138 

Marcelli, Joe 87, 146, 166, 184 

Marcelli, Michelle 62,86,87. 111,218 

Marching Band 56 

Marcu, Steve 38, 99, 152, 200 

Marek, Nicholas 64. 124 

Maria, Bernardo 175 

Marinelli, Stacey 138 

Marino, Dana 175 

Marn, Cheryl 124 

Marn. Deanna 124 

Maroli, Diane 88, 99. 183, 192, 200 

Marron, Nate 199 

Marsh. Kathy 99 

Martin, Colvey 124 

Martin, Isaac 25, 26, 27. 124 

Martin, Monica 39, 124, 193 

Martin, Qiana 111 

Martorello, Tracy 45, 111 

Marunowski, Aubrey 82, 138 

Marusic, Joseph 166 

Masek. David 76, 166. 193 

Mason, Orlando 99 

Masseria, Barbra 99, 152 

Matko, Allan 99 

Matthews, Kanchambala 57. 58 

Matthews, Sahriah 38, 138 

Mattson, Angelyn 80,139, 182 

Maurer, Kimberly 139 

Maxwell, Brian 139 

May, Jason 111 

May, Pat 188 

Mazurik. Timothy 54, 124 

Mc Cafferty, Sean 111 

McCafferty, Shayla 62 

Mc Carthy, Kevin 176, 188 

Mc Cauley, La'Keya 14, 124 

Mc Clain, Allison Ill 

Mc Clain, Gregory 111 

Mc Clain, John .... i1, 25,26, 38, 124,189 

Mc Cluskey, Maureen 111 

Mc Connell, Edward 52 

Mc Coy. Tameka 166 

Mc Cray, D'Hiati 180 

McCray. Louis 139, 166 

Mc Creary, Angel 124 

Mc Creight, Jennifer 42, 54. 55, 57, 75, 

104, 122, 131, 139, 192,218 

Mc Creight, Tom 27 

Mc Cune. Shona4. 45, 52, 84, 88, 89. 135, 
139 

Mc Dade, Kochiya 62, 63. 124 

Mc Daniel, Dwayne 124 

Mc Donald, Dan 175 

Mc Donald, Michael 28,31.64, 111 

Mc Donald, Mitchell Ill 

Mc Donald, Tonya 124 

Mc Dougal, Rashaun 166, 180 

Mc Garry, Michelle 99 

Mc Gee. Brendan 130, 139 

McGhee, Reginald 112 

Mc Gill, Karen 99 

Mc Gill, Natalie 51. 62. 124 

Mc Ginnis, Lakisha 139 

McGraw. John ,. 112 

Mc Graw. Robert ,.,.. 112 

Mc Qraw, Veronica 35, 39, 122, 124 



Mo Griff, Latonia 16 

Mo Guinness, Catherine34, 39, 52, 68, 8f 
88,89, 131, 135, 139, 142, 147, 177 

Mc Guinness. William 18 

Mclntyre, Jakiya 11 

Mc Kinney, Darnea 12, 13, 24, 25, 37, 3S 
146. 164, 166 

Mc Kinney, La Mar 28, 1 1 

Mc Laughlin, Guy 11 

Mc Laughlin, Judy 94, 99, 101, 20 

Mc Laughlin, Robert ;.:.'s| 

Mc Laughlin, Sean 22, 25, 26, if 

Mc Laughlin, Vanessa 12 

Mc Manemy, Jessica 12 

Mc Michael, Andre 26. 61, 12 

Mc Michael, Dontell 64. 12 

Mo Mullen, Erin 13 

Mc Neill, Mike 18 

Mc Peek, Amanda 83, 88, 89, 106, 12 

Mc Redmond, Casey 45. 68, 124, 19 

Mc Redmond, Sandi 9 

Medak, Anthony 13 

Meden, Lori 21, 34, 39, 88, 139, 21 

Media Aides 7 

Medien, Brian 13 

Medves, Daniel 11 

Meely, James 12 

Meely, La Shandra 11 

Mehring, Valerie 124, 12 

Meier, Nicole 16 

Mellen, Edie 99, 15 

Melnyk, Mike 23, 25, 26, 49. 12 

Melton, Lorrie 10, 38, 57, 58, 13 

Melton, Rhonda 16 

Melton, Shaun 11 

Memories Divider 18 

Meros, Angela .. 10, 28, 42, 68, 81, 83, 8! 
139, 159, 192,218 

Merritt, Danielle 11 

Metti, Allison .,., 45, 54, 55, 56, 57, 60, 1 1 

Meyer, Amanda 11 

Meyers. Michael 16 

Mezzacappa. Christopher 13 

Miceli. Mary Jane 9 

Miezin. Megan 16. 57, 58, 13 

Mihalic, Kathy ,^ 3 

Mihalic, Kristin ', 19 

Mihalic, Margaret 5, 39,88, 131, 139, 19 

Mihalic, Margy 41. 66, 88, 21 

Miklavcic, Angela 6. 22, 34, 39, 40, 41. 7 

72. 105, 116, 135, 139, 175, 191, 192, 

193.218,219 

Miklowski. Janeen .. 10, 42, 71 , 73, 77, 7! 

85, 142. 166, 180. 183. 185, 201, 204, 

219 

Mikolajski, Erica 11 

Milicevic, Mark 13 

Miller, DeMarco 25,28,29, 166, 19 

Miller, Don 5 

Miller, Michael 11 

Miller, Raymond 21,32,33,166, 19 

Mims, Ouida 11 

Miocic, Suzanna 16 

Mitchell, Brian 65, 12 

Mitchell, Jo Linette 124, 13 

Mitchell, Therese 11 

Mitchell, Tormeika 12 

Mitskavich, Lori 45.62, 11 

Molakakis. Christopher25. 44. 49, 64. 13! 
166 





Montani, Ray 99. 200 

Montgomery, Jacqueline ... 35, 55, 63, 112 

Montgomery, Michael 139 

Mooney, Benjamin 14, 15, 30. 32, 33, 54, 
57, 69, 78, 105, 148, 156, 166. 180, 201, 
205 

Moore. James 139 

Moore, Joseph 102, 139, 189 

Moore, Robin 112 

Moore, Shane 112 

Moore, Shannon 75, 97, 166 

Moore. Terrance 27. 38 

Moore. Tia 166 

Moore, Tia-Miea 112 

Moore Jr, Danny 124 

Moriarty, Timothy 49, 139 

Moric, Anjeiko 124 

Mornian, Lenardo 139 

Morris, Gregory 166 

Morris. John 64, 65, 124, 189, 200 

Morris, Katie 75, 93, 99, 152, 200, 218 

Morris Jr, Jetfery .... 5. 25, 68, 82, 85, 169, 
180, 183, 184, 188.200,214 

Morrison, Erin 112 

Morrison, Terrance 169 

Morton, Sedrick 124 

Moses, Michelle 139 

Mosley, Reginald 112 

Moster, Matthew 112 

Motiejunas, Regina 64. 139, 142 

Mowell, Brian 169 

Moyer, Brenda 4, 45. 57. 58, 84, 124 

Mukavetz, Marissa 10, 57, 58, 112 

Mukavetz, Michael 43,65, 139 

Mulanax, Jennifer 175 

Mulhall, Heather... 9, 10. 57.58. 139, 186. 
196 

Mulins. Avery 139 

Mullen. Jason 175 

Murphy. Gerald 112 

Murphy, Katrina,55. 63, 87, 112, 124, 191 

Mushay, Doloris 38 

Muzinic, Stacie 1 12, 200 

Myrick, Claud ,....., 139 

Mytrosevich. Catherine 139 



JROTC branched 
out to Euclid High 
School 



N'Dow, Terrance 112 

Nadvornik, Adrienne 112. 124 

Nadvornik, Shannon 169 

Nagode, Meghan , 127, 139, 178 

Nagode, Melissa j%, 196 

Nainiger, Daniel ..3;....4#139. 218 

Nainiger, William ,; 30, 169 

Nakano. Yoshiko ;i;:. 70,84, 169 

Nalbandyan, Alena 112 

Nankhati. Sovlinh 139 

Naro III. James , S69 

Nash, Carlton 84, 86,°169, 180 %4 

National Honor Society .......\ 85 

Neal, Maria y^. 169 

Negolfka, Maria 83, 123. 124>a78 193 

Nelson, J Tom „., 175 

jNelson, Jessica 64, 124 

Nelson, Sean 31,54,57. 112, 175 




Nero, Jim 43 

Nesbett, Andrew 139 

Neurohr, Christopher 139 

Newsome, Brian 124 

Newsome, Julie AnnSI , 88, 134, 135, 139, 
214 

Newson, Cuana 135, 139 

NFMF An Austin Hunt Company 208 

Nickell, Heather ..31, 68, 81,82, 139, 168, 
192,218 

Nickson, Patrlna 124 

Nicolosi, Mark 139 

Niebes, Carole 91, 151 

Nielsen, Margaret 99 

NJROTC 64 

Nocera, Michael 176 

Nolan, Chet 25, 90, 192 

Nolden, James 139 

Norman, Carmeesha 13, 81, 139 

Norman Jr, Thomas 112 

Nosan, Joseph 139. 189, 213 

Nosse, Lee 25, 26, 38, 124, 190 

Novak, Kory 169 

Novak, Laura 19, 124 

Novinc, Melissa 11, 124 

Nugent, Kevin 124 

Nunley Jr, Lewis 1 12 







ffices, housing 

administrators, 

rearranged 



O'Brien, Janet 139 

O'Brien, Molly 38. 112 

O'Conner, Nick 124 

O'Donnell, Michelle 125,211 

O'Grady, Cathleen 112 

O'Hara, Matthew 112 

O'Hara, Trisha 45, 139 

O'Keefe, llese 169, 201. 205 

O'Neal, Dawniqua 140 

O'NIell, Martin 188. 197 

Obeng, Paa-Kofi 44, 125 

Office Aides 68 

Olszewski. David 125 

Olszewski. Laurie 169 

Orazen. Meghan ...4, 50, 51, 81, 140, 214 

Orbanic. Doloris 52,81, 135, 140 

Orgovan. Francis 125 

Orgovan. Frank 189 

Orgovan, Mathew 188 

Orlando, Marc 80, 140 

Oroz, Maryann 10, 42. 123, 125 

Ortman, Mathew 7, 49. 169 

Osredkar, Diane 169 

Osredkar, Michael 140 

Osterman, Megan 47, 125, 191 

Otrembo, Aisha 55 

arking outside of 

student parking lot 

iPiesulted in towing of 

vehicles 

p. A. Announcers 79 

Pae, Steven 24, 25, 167, 169 

Palmer, Vencott 112 

Paoloni, Michael 112 

Papo, Ricky 62, 140 



ffl 

|3 




Papouras, Chris 28 

Papouras, Mike 28 

Parey, Christine 45, 80, 85, 89, 169, 183, 
184 

Parey, Theresa 42, 125 

Parisi, Nicole 125 

Parker, Cindy 169, 183 

Parker, Jovan 125 

Parks, Eric 175 

Parrino, Nino 89, 112 

Parsons, Bill 188 

Pasbrig, Shawn 140 

Paskert, Joan 67, 99, 152 

Pasquale, Ben 92, 184 

Pasquale, Kathy 99, 102 

Rata, John 175 

Patel, Minalben 169 

Patel, Zinal 89, 1 12 

Patouhas, Gregory 112 

Patouhas, Leonidas 140 

Patterson, Alisa 39, 125 

Patterson, Charles 78, 169 

Patterson, Erin 80, 89, 112 

Patterson, Nicole 112 

Pavicic, Maureen 6, 51, 112 

Pavicic. Paul 21, 36, 38. 140 

Pavlica, Janice 64 

Pawlowski, Adam 1 52 

Payne, Kathy 99 

Peacock, Bobby 140 

Peacock, Christy 51, 57, 59. 112 

Pearson. Pepe 190, 198 

Pecnik, Renee 19, 169, 182,201,205 

Pecnik, Richard 26, 123. 125 

Pedersen, Patti 92 

Pekol. Nancy 31, 39, 40, 140 

Pelz, Joshua 175 

Penn, Olivia 39, 125, 191 

Penn Jr, Ozzie 112 

Penny, Lon : 112 

Penny, Michelle 112 

Peoples, Latosha 140 

Peredne, Inna 19, 168, 170, 218 

Perez, Jo-Rita 99, 151, 152 

Peric, Georian '. 45, 55. 112 

Perrotti, Anita 196 

Perry, Joe 188 

Perry, Lynette 191 

Perusek, Adam 65, 140 

Perusek, Heather 4, 57, 58, 125, 191 

Pesek, Gregory 5, 30, 85, 170, 179 

Peters, Matthew 140 

Peterson, Mike 100, 184 

Petrick, Deborah 100, 101, 151, 152 

Petrik, Kimberly 4, 15,50,51, 53, 140 

Petro Mart 207 

Petrovic, Robert 100. 151, 200 

Petrowski, Melissa 176 

Petti, Craig 28 

Pettit, Matthew 112 

Pettit, Rachael 112 

Petty, Catherine 68 

Petway, Marcell 112 

Pfahl, Jeremy 112 

Pfahl, Nicholas 24. 25, 26, 28, 29, 140 

Pfeifer, Todd 112, 200 

Phafl, Jeremy 27 

Phelps, Travis 125 

Phillips, Gina 4, 8, 14, 15,50, 51, 140,214 

Phillips, Lakisha 14, 48, 49, 140. 191 

Phommavichit. Kongkham 125 

Phommavichit. Onkeo 125 

Phoumyyoth, Soulasack 112 

Phoumyyoth. Soulydeth 140 

,Plcard. Danielle 8, 170, 179 

fStllp. Gary 175 

Pieridziki April 113 

Pierce. Chnstian 113 

Pierce. Justin 176. 201. 205 

Pierce, Rachel 156, 170, 201. 205 



Band members await theirhalftime 
show in the bleachers during a 
football game this year. 



Pignatiello, Roy 

Pike, Lisa 

Pikus, Matthew 
Pikus, Michael 
Pingatiello, Roy 



25 39,90, 182 

131,140,192 

30 33, 125. 193 

76 80, 105, 140 

40, 100 



Pino, Carolina 125 

Piotrowski, Dawn 175 

Pinch, Brent 81, 140 

Piscitello, Jamie ... 45. 125, 148. 193, 218 

Pla, Sally 91, 97, 100 

Play, Fall 86 

Play, Holiday 87 

Podboy Jr,, James 140 

Poderzay, Jennifer 170 

Poetry Club 74 

Poindexter, Theresa 63. 113 

Polachek, Tabitha 63, 113 

Polls, Vallery 5, 21, 140 

Pomiecko, Jimmy 125 

Poole, Ralph 65, 113 

Porcen, Maureen ...9, 10. 57,58,84, 125 

Porch, Joaneice x04&i2AO 

Post, Jessica 170 

Poticher, Tabitha 125 

Poulos, James 125 

Povirk, Monica 1 13 

Powaski, Ronald 100. 151 

Powell, Artis 38, 113 

Praskavich, Michael 70, 125. 131, 189 

Praznovsky. Kristy 83, 140 

Precision Metalsmiths 208 

Prejean, Suzanne 140, 200 

Presot, Jim 81 

Preston, Rocco 113 

Preston, William 170 

Price, James 80, 170, 201, 205 

Price, Michelle 62,63, 125 

Pnmosch, Lisa 73 

Prince. Carlos .11.12,25.26,48,91, 170 

Prince, Karia 140 

Pritchard. Aretha 170 

Proctor, Kendra ... 17, 53, 57, 58, 140, 143 

Proctor, Landon 67, 113 

Proctor, Lisa 100 

Prodan, Gina 45, 55, 113 

Prokop, Yanira 89, 113 

Prom 198 

Puglia, Christine ,.. 9. 57, 58, 75, 155, 170. 
180. 181, 184. 196 

Pupo. Winny 125. 140 

Pursley, Leiand 125 

elaxlng in the E-room 

made many days 

enjoyable for some 

I students 

Radan. Tony 113 

Radolovic, Paul 140 

Radolovic, Veronica 42, 125 

Raia, Anthony 25. 26, 140 

Rainey, Rosalyn 140 

Ramey, Theresa 140, 192 

Ramlow, Barbara .... 84, 90, 100. 152, 200 
Ramlow, Robert 43, 49, 98, 100. 190, 200 

Ramos. Angela 125 

Ramsey, Tanisha 140, 191 

Randall, Nathan ,. 188 

Raney, Rosalyn 191 

Range, Jamila 125 

Range, Rashida 125, 126 

Raphael, Eric 65, 125 

Rasheed, Ameenah 191 

Raymond, Carey 140 

Reagan, Daniela 170 

Reaves. Ericka 140 

Reber, Brian 175 

Reddick, Latina 140 

Redfearn, Keauntee 28, 125 

Reed, Schenee 113 

Reed, Shanithra 125 

Reed, Tiffany 125 

Reed, Venita 125 

Rees, Paula ... 54. 55, 57, 68, 75, 84, 125, 
142 




Reese. Cynihia 125 

Reese, Janoris 176, 183 

Reese, Jovan 125 

Reid, Travis 184 

Reilly. Michael 31,44, 54,57,60, 113 

Rerter, Ericia 68, 140 

Reksten, IWichael 64, 125 

Renftie, Dave 55 

Renftle, David 140. 170 

Renix, Alicia 39, 63, 113 

Renix 111, Amos 27, 113 

Renko, Michael 113 

Reno, Charles 100. 151 

Repko. Amy , 7, 57, 59, 89. 147, 170, 178, 
179.201.205 

Resnik, Hillary 113 

Respress. Derrick 125 

Rettger. Laura 170 

Revilla. Douglas 140 

Rey. Jose 140, 218 

Rey, Sir Raleal 113 

Rezzolla, Mike 25, 100 

Rhodes, Gary 125 

Rhodes, Lisa 175 

Rice, Alan 65, 125 

Richards, Christina 89. 113 

Richardson, Sara 113 

Richardson, Wyley 140 

Richardt, Christopher J 170 

Richmond. Stacy 125 

Riczinger, Michael 125 

Riddle, Rokita 63, 125 

Riek, Stephen 76, 85, 170 

Ries. Kristi 113 

Riggar, Christopher 170 

Rini, Paul 175 

Roberts, Alana 54, 57, 134, 140 

Roberts, Keith 113 

Roberts, Penny 100, 151, 152 

Robinson, Allen 65, 113 

Robinson, Jason 125, 127 

Robinson, Jill 113 

Robinson, Michael 125, 218 

Robinson. Nickeesha 140 

Robinson, Rosalind 127 

Robinson, Samuel 38, 123, 127 

Robinson, Tanya 2, 7, 140, 1 70 

Robinson, Willie 65, 127 

Robson, Juiie 127 

Rocquemore. Cherese 140, 192 

Rodick, Heather 113 

Rodriguez, Joe 44, 100 

Rogers, David 65, 113 

Rogers, Dennis 100 

Rogers, Harold 113 

Rogers, Renee 140 

Rogers, Robert 64, 170 

Rogonjic, Stjepan 88, 141 

Rohike, Terence 65, 127 

Rojeck, Sarah 35. 75, 89, 113 

Rollins, Ed 198 

Roop, Scott 113 

Rosberg, Robert 141 

Ross, Katherine 54. 57, 1 13. 127 

Roth, Mark 141 

Routen, Janelle 113 

Rucker, De Onte 65 

Rucker, Ronald 2, 141, 146, 171 

Rudder, Debbie 100 

Rufo, Dominic 64, 113 

Rupp, Scott 38 

Rush, Alan 190 

Rushton, Arikibraa 141 

Russ, Kyle 14, 156, 192 

Russo. Dominic 141 

Russo. Joyce 74. 100, 151, 152 

Russo, Tony 93 

Rutti, Timothy 25 171 188 201 205 

Ryan, Erin ,113 

Rychlik, Jeannette 127 



s 



ki Club was revived 





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Index 







S.A.D.D 67 

S.A.V.E 72 

Sabel. Amber 55, 87, 127, 217 

Sabo, Stephanie 141 

Sacko, Kristin ,.,.21, 31, 70, 127, 131, 193 

Saldunas, Vytas 65, 141 

Salerno, Amie 127. 148 

Salisbury. Catherine........ 11. 80, 127, 191 

Salisbury, Christina , 80, 85, 171. 180, 200 
Salupo, Marie ... 47, 62, 69, 75, 80, 84, 89, 
141. 147, 191, 194 

Salvatore, Laurie 116, 123. 127 

Sammons, Tyrone 127 

Sampson, Samuel 113 

Samsa, Jason 57 

Samsa, Kristin 35, 39, 123, 126. 127, 193, 
218 

Santord, Mitchell 30 

Santilli, Sam 39, 100, 200 

Sarns-Gaunt, Colette 127, 196 

Sas, Jaclyn 35,89, 127, 193 

Sas, Jessica. ...70, 89. 141, 159, 192,218 

Sattler, Greg 100 

Sawyer, Damion 65 

Scalese, Michael 127 

Scarniench, John 25, 68, 85, 87, 171, 180, 
183, 195,200,217 

Scerbovsky, Steven 141 

Schelder, Bryan 44, 113 

Schiavoni, Maria 171, 192 

Schied, Dwight 64, 127 

Schied, Jonathan 74, 141 

Schill, Jeffery 64, 113 

Schiil, Kevin 175 

Schlishman, Jim 44 

Schmeling, Bette 100. 151, 200 

Schmidt, Christopher .... 19, 171, 183, 184 

Schmidt. Matthew 141 

Schniegenberg, Christopher 141, 189 

Schoen, Carrie 113 

Scholl. Cara 175 

Schossler, Cheryl 100 

Schoval. Kim ....50,61,63, 160, 171, 180. 
183, 184, 219 

Schriner, Ken 100, 151, 152 

Schroder, Christopher 141 

Schroeder, Fred 100 

Schultz, Dawn 127 

Schultz, Kathleen 141, 192 

Schuiz, Donata 66. 100 

Schuiz, Heather 171 

Schuiz, Lindsey 171 

Schuiz, Stephanie 127 

Schumer, Nicole 45, 141 

Schuster, Eric 46, 49, 1 13 

Schuster, Kenneth 22, 46, 48, 49, 159, 

171, 190,201,205 

Schwan. Samuel 171 

Schwartz, Helene ... 20, 31 , 70, 75, 82, 85, 
89, 171, 179, 180,183, 184.201,205 

Schweikert, Paul 113 

Schwenke. Pete 25, 100, 152, 191 

Scoggan, Bill 93,94, 184 

Scott, Canssa 55, 171, 180, 183, 184 

Scott, Heather 68, 84, 127 

Scott, Maria 127, 196 

Scott, Randall 33, 105, 141 

Sederholm, Seth 78,85, 171, 193 

Segulin, Mickey 66, 100 

Seifried. Nicholas 78, 79, 171, 180 

Seifried, Nick 69 

Selvaggio, Nick 100 

Senart II, Joseph 127 

Jamie Willett attended the 1994 

Woodstock Concert in New York 

diiring the summer of 1994. Some of 

the liighlights tor him were seeing 

Grecu Day and Nine Inch Nails. 



Senior Awards 197 

Senior Divider 146 

Senior Senior Prom 197 

Sergo. Lino 81, 141 

Serge, Patricia 171, 184 

Senwatka, Jessica 62, 113. 123 

Setser, Thomas 38, 127 

Settle, Glenn 141 

Severino, Jan 100 

Shady, Shawn 113 

Sharp, Carrie .. 7, 32, 54, 57, 60, 127, 141 , 
191 

Sharp, Courtney 69, 113 

Sharp, La Resha 171 

Sharp, Laura 100 

Sharpe, Katrina 20, 55, 76, 160, 171 

Shaw, Brian 113 

Shaw Jr., Brent 1^ 

Shea, Kelly 171:^ 

Sheck, Mike % 25, 100 

Sheehan, Christopher 65, 128 

Sheesley, Mariena 141 

Shenk, Mary 171, 179 

Sheridan, Elaine 100, 200 

Sheridan, Paula 102, 103, 200 

Shields, Jeffrey 113 

Shields, Jodi 141 

Shippitka, Meianie 4, 8, 14. 15. 50. 53, 65, 
78,88,89, 164, 172,178, 180, 181, 182, 
183,192,201,206 

Shippy, Kimberiy 113 

Short, Jason 113 

Short, Rachel 191 

Shorter, Katie 92 

Show, Fashion 198 

Show, Swim 196 

Shriner, Ken 25 

Shuskey, Chad 69,80, 141, 189 

Sidak, Colleen 141 

Sidhu, Jeremy 141 

Sierputowski, Katie 126, 128 

Simenc, Michael 46, 49, 113 

Simio, Kathy 113 

Simicevic, Ivana 113 

Simmons, Greg 199 

Simmons, Scott 44, 128 

Simmons, Tyrone 38 

Simpson, James 103 

Simpson, Lonnie 128 

Simpson Jr, Albert. 22. 25, 26, 27, 38, 113 

Sims, Jabari 128 

Sims, Shelesta 113 

Singleteary, Jamilyin 113 

Siplock, Amanda .. 16, 54, 57. 75, 84, 172. 
181. 184, 186. 196 

Sipos, Michael 175 

Skeel, Stacy 175 

Ski Club 70 

Skrab, William 128 

Slace, Michael 189 

Siade, Renee 135, 141, 214 

Slade, Richard 193 

Slade, Robert 30, 128 

Slade Jr, Richard ... 14. 30, 156, 159, 172, 
183, 184 

Slade Jr., Richard 179 

Slagle, Christopher 44,62, 113 

Slamic, Allen 38, 113 

Slamic, Steven 141 

Slaughter Jr., Raymel 141 



Slogar, Nicholas 14 

Smedley, Eric 39. 11 

Smerdel, Kellle 67, 14 

Smerdel, Leiand 1 1 

Smiaiek, Jamie ...23, 47, 70, 72, 141, 191 
218 

Smiaiek, Jill 47, 80, 1 1 

Smiciklas, Ebon 14 

Smith, Alfonso 14 

Smith, Anthony 28, 103. 11 

Smith, Bonnie 50, 10 

Smith, Brenda 54,62, 14 

Smith, Chaka 11 

Smith, Christina 12 

Smith, Devilin 12 

Smith, Eric 3 

Smith, Formeka 14 

Smith, Gregory 12 

Smith, Jeffery 12 

Smith, Jennifer 68, 14 

Smith. Kelly. 34, 39,41,66,131, 141, 19 

Smith, Kenya 2, 17 

Smith, Kimberiy 39, 63, 1 1 

Smith, Michael 28, 141, 19 

Smith, Rion 12 

Smith, Robert 10 

Smith, Syreeta 12 

Smith, Wayne 75, 103, 128. 151, 15 

Snell, William 30, 17 

Snitzky, Wayne 17 

Softball 19 

Solema, Nicholas , 77, 78, 79, 12 

Soiema, Paul 28, 64, 78, 12 

Soltesz, Frank 103, 19 

Sophomores —^.it!i0- 1^ 

South, Dan ^^^^- ''^ 

Spangler, Raymon'tf^H 1 1 

Sparks, Christopher ...Jl 11 

Spears, Valerie .; 74, 12 

Spencer, Heather 14 

Spiga, Barbara 101, 10 

Spiga, Barbra 7 

Spivey, Jason 14 

Spivey, Shamuire 80. 1 1 

Spooner. David 12 

Sports Aides 7 

Sports Divider 2 

Sprafka, Joseph 17 

Spnnger, Barb 10 

Stadler, Veronica 10 

Stahre. Alison 3, 6, 51 , 1 1 

Stambaugh, Eric 97, 14 

Stambaugh, Suzanne 11 

Stanford, Mitchell 12 

Stanic, Derek 46, 105, 128, 190, 20 

Stanic, Kurt 72. 92, 19 

Stanton. Tachara i4 

Starr, Allison 3 

Stauffer, Marc .. 60, 61, 62, 164, 172. 18: 
194, 195 

Stavange, Joel 1 1 

Steele's Garage 20 

Steelman, Lyie 54, 56, 57, 60, 62, 12 

Steelman, Olen .... 20, 24, 25, 66. 68, 16: 
172 

Steffens, Chad 17 

Sterl, Elizabeth 68, 14 

Stern, Christa 12 

Stern, Erin 62, 66, 14 

Stewart, Adrian 11 

























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Stewart, Andre 63, 114 

Stewart, Christine 128 

Stewart, Delmar 128 

Stewart, Jacinda 141 

Stewart, Latell 25,26, 141, 143 

Stewart, Marlena 19, 143 

Stigamler, Dale 128 

Still, iwlarquis 64, 128 

Stitt, Bina B 172, 179, 181, 183 

Stobierski, Kathleen 35, 68, 114 

Stobierski Jr, Thomas 143 

Stobinski, Judy 77,103, 151.200 

Stout, Matthew 114 

Stout, IVlichael 128 

Strah, Courtney 54, 57, 77, 114 

Strelff, Frederick 13. 44, 52, 61, 67, 86, 88, 
89,94. 142. 143, 184. 194 

Strickland, Carmen 2. 172 

Stringer, Timmeshia 143 

Stroberg, Dana 143 

Stroth, Bradford 172 

Strukel, Nicole 114 

Strunk. Joseph 61, 62, 123, 172 

Stuber, Amy 172 

Student Council 88, 220 

Student Life Divider 6 

Suchy, Angela 35,39, 123, 128, 193 

Suchy. Michelle 191 

Sugar. Igor 38, 81, 143, 159 

Sukis, Donald 128 

Suleoki Jr, Creighton . 61 , 86, 87, 1 23, 1 28 

Suizmann, John 114 

Summerfield, Michael 25, 143 

Summers, James 172 

Sumpter, Kim 191 

Survey 80 

Sustarsic, Pauia . 7, 50, 57, 58, 59, 70, 89, 
147, 172, 178, 179,201,206 

^Sustin, IWichaei 102. 103. 152, 200 

"Sustin. Wendy 34 

Swansegar. Jill 49, 114 

Swim Show 196 

Swimming 44 

Switalski. Anthony 114 

Swope. Pete 10, 42 

Swyt, James 21,23, 30, 128, 131, 178 

Swyt, Michael ... 14, 15, 30. 44. 70. 88, 89, 
172,181. 184 

Top priority for 
many students was 
getting prepared 
for college 

Tabb. David 128 

Tabb, Davin 114 

Taliaferro. Carlos 26, 143 

Taksar, Kevin 38, 114 

Taplin, Jennifer 143 

Taplin, Lisa 89, 114 

Tate. Gerald 19 

Tate, Nicholas 114 

Taylor, Colleen . 35, 39. 68, 1 1 6. 1 23, 1 28, 
192 

Taylor, Darrell 28,62, 128 

Taylor, Desmond 172 

Taylor, Ebony 191 

Taylor, Jamee 114 

Taylor. Kelley 57, 114 



Taylor, Lakesha 114 

Taylor, Latina 2, 172 

Taylor, Lawrence 36, 37, 38, 172 

Taylor, Tamsen 65, 114 

Taylor, Tina 54, 128 

Taylor II. Gilbert 55, 86, 87, 128, 194, 217 

Taylor Jr, Ronald 128 

Tebbs, Hawah 128 

Tegner, Steven 175 

Telich, Courtney 68, 77. 172 

Telich, Patrick 128 

Tennis, Boy's 193 

Tennis, Girl's 42 

Tepley, Matthew 143 

Tepley, Robert 190 

Terrell, Lucious 114 

Tetter, Angela 114 

Tettey, Alexander 114 

Theme 2 

Thomas, David 27. 144 

Thomas. Donte 27. 114 

Thomas, Faith 63, 128 

Thomas, Jennifer 114 

Thomas, Kareese 144 

Thomas. Michael 175 

Thomas. Peter 24, 25, 26, 144 

Thomas, Shalyn 114 

Thomas, Timika 128 

Thomas Jr, David 114 

Thompson, Brian 128 

Thompson, Genese 103 

Thompson, Philip 144 

Thompson, Tabitha 144 

Thurman, Anthony 128 

Tilk, James 114 

Tillinghast, Craig 173 

Tillman, Aisha 14, 160, 173 

Timm, Ronald 128 

Timm, Roseanne 114 

Timmons, Mirl 115 

Tirabassi, Nicholas 54, 57, 115 

Tisdale, Timika 173, 181 

Tisi. David 54.57.60,77, 128, 143 

Tizzano. Diane ...54. 56, 60, 62. 103. 197. 
200 

Tkac. Carol 103. 151, 152 

Toigo, Joseph 144 

Toier. Gene 144 

Tolliver, Jade 127, 173, 179 

Tolo, Dragen 144 

Tomasi, Lou 191 

Tomazic, Brian 190, 195 

Tomino, Joseph 21,56,60, 144 

Tomlinson, Tyisha 64, 115 

Tomsic. Joseph 103, 200 

Tomsic, Martin 44, 54, 55. 57, 60, 1 1 5 

Torrelli, Chris 103. 200 

Torrence, Jerrod 27. 115 

Tot, Aleksandar 173 

Toth, Jaime 144 

Touschner, Karen 8, 173, 179 

Tovmasyan, Gevorge 115 

Track 190 

Tran, Jacqueline 128 

Trapp, Charles 173 

Tratnik. Christina 97, 173 

Traven, January 115 

Tribfay, Kimberly 103 

Trobenter, Joseph 32, 33, 64, 1 15 

Trocheck, Jaimeson 173, 183, 184 




Troha, Robert 173 

Troha, Stephanie 39, 115 

Trotter II, Joseph 144 

Trzcinski. Christopher . 28. 56, 57, 60, 115 
Tucceri.Joseph... 13, 25, 28, 29, 144, 189 

Tucker, Brand! 173 

Turk, Pat 103 

Turkall, Dennis .36, 38, 91, 103, 151, 188. 
200 

pperclassmen look 
forward to attending 
higher education 
next year 

Uchbar, Leann 191 

Udovich, Brian .... 52, 85, 88, 89, 173, 181 , 
183, 184,201,206 

Udovich, Lisa 31, 115 

Ulle, Robyn 115, 200 

Underclass Divider 104 

Urh, Lydia 67, 87, 128, 217 

Urh, Martha 87, 173. 179 

ery many students 
enjoy schoool more 
because they can 
participate in sports 

Valentine. Michael 27, 49. 115 

Van Ho, Adam 193 

Van Ho, Kay 92 

Van Ho. Tara 4.57,58,74, 144 

Van Tilburg, Yolanda 144 

Vance, Dana .. 20. 35. 45. 62, 73, 89, 123, 
128, 148, 178, 193 

Vannice, Cavan 64 

Varga, Bozidar 144 

Vargo, Brian 190 

Varnju, Bridgette 173, 181. 183, 184 

Varsity Chorale 61 

Vaughn, Crystal 144 

Vega, Cristina 115 

Vegal il, John 102, 129 

Vela, Eloisa 129 

Verch, Anthony 32, 33, 155, 173 

Verch Jr, Anthony 21.181, 184 

Vernon, Lynn 115 

Vernon, Terrance 115 

Verrocchi. David 115 

Vicic, Todd .... 53, 54, 56, 57, 60, 129, 131 

Vidra, Michael 144 

Vihtelic. Michael 144 

Vincenti, Erin 5, 25, 62, 73. 104, 129 

Vitolo Jr, Dennis 30, 129 

Volpe, Brenda 64, 144.200 

Von Benken, Bill ,.,70. 103, 152, 184, 200, 
219 

Von Benken, Megan 198 

Vurbic. Drina 115 

Vurusic. Elizabeth ..115 

Vuyancih. Brian 38. 129 

Vuyancih Jr., Pat 38 

aiting for the future is 
how too many people 
spend their present 

Wade. Alexis 115 

Waganek. Kirk 129 

Waganek, Shawn 129, 189 

Wahi, John 27, 115 

Wai Napolo 75 

Waina, Jason 31,44,54, 115 

Waina, Jennifer .... 30, 31 , 45, 83, 89. 129, 
178, 193 

Jenna Brzeczkowski, John 
Scarniench, Carrie Howell, Becky 
Boos, Amber Sable, Lydia Urh, 
Gilbert Taylor and Doraja Lake 

making plans on how to find the 
runaway reindeer in the winter play. 



Watczak, Leah ,.,7. 10, 74. 76, 77, 85, 89, 
173, 181, 184,201,206 

Walczak, Mike 193 

Wales, Kevin 190 

Walker, Charles 65, 173 

Walker. Christopher 115 

\/Valker. Kathleen .. 31 . 45. 52. 88. 89. 1 29, 
191 

Walker, Lee 129 

Walker, Monolito 144 

Walker, Norman 129 

Walker, Steven 115 

Walker, Thomas ... 30, 61. 65, 69, 78, 173, 
181, 183, 184,201,206 

Wallace, Andre 63 

Wallace, Joseph 173 

Waliette, Kari 45. 47. 173. 191 

Walsh, Phllis 103 

Waismith, Robert 152 

Waiter, David 129 

Walter, Timothy 129, 189 

Waltermire, Michael . 54, 57, 60, 174, 181, 
200 

Walters, Alia 174 

Walters, Elizabeth 16. 57, 59, 81 . 1 74. ISfl 

Walzak. Leah 159 

Ward, Mike 92 

Ware, Latoria 63. 129 

Ware, Lydell L 115 

Warman, Connie 103. 200 

Warren. Andrea 174 

Warren, Taunon 38. 115 

Was, Sarah 129 

Washington, Shanna 144, 210 

Watkins, Demetrius 115 

Watkins, Edwin 129 

Watson, Cory 31, 61, 144 

Weeams, Najah 39,77, 115 

Weems, Angel 174 

Weems, Jenea ,. . 39, 115 

Wein, Anna 51.88,89, 116, 129 

Weinbrecht, Beth 17, 54. 55, 57, 122, 129, 
131 

Weinpert, James 175 

Wells Jr, Kenneth 28, 129 

Welsh. Patrick 129 

Wenderoth, Michelle 174, 184 

Wendroff, Ron 188 

Wensing, Dan 103 

Westerfield, Howard 27,28,115 

Westphal, Megan 34, 45, 144, 191 

Wheeler, Ebony 62 

Wherley, Rick 103, 151, 183 

White, Christopher 43, 89, 129. 189 

White. Gina 63 

White. Joshua 129 

White, La Gina 65, 144 

White, Mathew 26, 129 

White, Tamika 191 

White, Vemadette 35, 115 

White, Wayman 25,26,28, 144 

White, Wendel 190 

Whitely, Ryan 28,29, 129 

Whitfield, Tawaunna 144 

Whitsett, Terreia 39,63, 115 

Whittaker, Benjamin 115 

Whittaker, Sarah 174 

Whittington, Warden 129 

Wiggins, Jason 144 

Wiggins, Jennifer 115 

Wilburn, Shantee 144 

Wiley, Ramone 129 

Wilkerson, Leonard 38. 129 

Willett Jr, James . 9, 24, 25. 27, 48, 49, 70, 
91, 174, 181, 184, 200, 216, 218, 219 

Williams, Camille 115 

Williams, Chenise T 144 

Williams, Daleah 2, 159, 176 

Williams, Darnell 129 

Williams, James 129 

Williams, Joel 65, 115 

Williams, Kalicia 115 

Williams, Michelle 62. 144 




'YiHiains. Quiana 115 

vVifiiaiiis, Robert 129 

Williams, Tamerah C 63 

Williams, Tamika 129 

Williams, Tanisha 115 

Williams Jr, Bobby •. 129 

Williams Jr, Daniel 144 

Willis, Jennifer 115 

Willis, Ov,/en 115 

Willoughby, Lisa 174 

Wilson, Anthony 129 

Wilson. Charles 174 

Wilson, Detric 26, 129 

Wilson, Ginger 144 

Wilson. Marianne ... 6, 45. 62, 65, 71, 122, 
123, 129, 193,219 

Wilson, R 26 

Wilson, Rashun 38, 190 

Wilson, Robert 25 

Winterfest 20 

Winton, Heather 127, 144 

Withers, Starla 129, 210 

Witten, Dannika 174 

Witten, Denise 54, 57, 129 

Witten, Jason 115 

Wolchko, John 31, 115 

Wolchko, Margaret 85, 164, 174, 196 

Wolenski, Kathleen 174 

Wolf, James 174 

Wolf, Mary 45, 97, 135, 144 

Wolfe, Rick 185 

Woodard, An'Drea 63, 129 

WoodardJr, AntKony 129 

Woodford, Beau 115 

Woodley, Kelly 144 

Woodruff, Todd 30, 144, 189 

Woods, Dante 115 

Woodworth, Shannon 62. 142, 144 

Wooten, Narketa 160, 174, 179 

Workman, Julie 144 

Wrestling 28 

Wright, Brandi .,.,101, 134, 135, 144, 191, 
211 

Wright, Damon 144 

Wright, Martay 198 

Wurm, Faye 115 

Wurm, Gwen 35, 54, 57, 74, 129 

Wynn, Richard 26, 48, 144, 190 



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Yannaras, Steven 115 

Yarbrough, Gregory .,,,.,174 

Yasko. Allen ^'villS 

Yatsko, Melissa 115 

Yelich, Mark ^ ,, 129 

Yimen, Mekeleya :,:#*!:;;.. 97, i44 

Yimen, Meron 52, 84, 85, 97, 174, 218 

York, Dick 47, 103, 191 

Young, Damon 176 

Young, Jacqueline 55, 115 

Young, Peter ,.,,, 219 

Young, Tawana 62, 63, 129 

Young, Valerie 61, 174, 185 

Yurcich, Mike 188 



zzz's not tolerated at 
In-School-Suspension 



Zagar Incorporated 207 

Zagore, Deborah 174, 183 

Zahursky, Steve 183, 184, 188 

Zbiegien, Daniel 65, 115 

Zdanowicz, Michael 65, 115 

Zdesar, Jim 188 

Zdesar, Joseph 189 

Zeitz, Adam 144 



Zele, Therese 174, 201, 206 

Zelenskas. Jennifer 164, 175, 183, 184 

Zeman, Douglas 21 , 30, 32, 33, 70, 88, 89, 

129,189 

Zeman, Gina .. 4. 9, 14, 15, 23, 31 , 50, 52, 

53, 68, 70, 81, 88, 89, 175, 177, 178, 181, 

183, 184. 192,201,206 

Zemba, Maria 175 

Zemba, Sharon 115 

Zevnik, Geoffrey 32, 115 

Zevnik, Jeff 33 

Zevnik, Kristina 42, 66, 89, 144, 192 

Zgrabik III, Richard 129 

Zielinski. Michael 54 57. 60, 115 

Zielinski, Rachel . 17, 54, 57, 61, 105 142, 
144 

Zivnoska, Michael 20,25,26 129 189 

Zorko, Matthew 129 

Zorman, Brian 33 115 

Zorman, Timothy , 54, 57, 60, 62 129 189 

Zovak, Ed 197 

Zrim, Mark 28 144, 189 

Zubek, Bretl 144, 189. 218 

Zubizarreta, Judy .. 74, 103, 151, 152. 200 

Zucca, Ron 102. 103 

Zupancic. Robert 14J 



Jose Ray and Maria Barl<e,r find that 

the library is aii e-xcellent place to get 

some work done. 

Members (if the girl's basketball 

team, Sharon Hollis and Angela 

Miklavcic, enjoy the friendship that 

athletics pro\ides. 

Kathy Copic tries tci sit for awhile 

and relax in the Fall Play while Creig 

Sulecki, Michelle Marcelli, Dawn 

Lo Conti, Justin Barrett, Angela 

Koeth, Ranessa Barrett and Mary 

KLral nag Miss Brooks with their 

problems. 



Rhiannon Brenner really jumped at 

the opportunit\' to dissect a frog in 

Mrs. Morris' biology class. 



Donna Beuoy, Kristina Geiger, Dan 

Nainiger, Brett Zubek, Christina 

Fabert, Jamie Piscitello, Kristin 

Samsa and Mike Robinson knou 

that the cafeteria i"- an en)o\able 

place to sociah/e with Inends 




Heather Nickell, Jessica Kochis, 

Meron Yimen, Angela Miklavcic, 

Angela Meros, Jamie Willet, 

Jennifer Hrovat, Jennifer Mc 

Creight, Stacie Glavan, Jamie 

Smialek, Jessica Sas, Irme Peredne 

and Kisha Jones were some old 

N.H.S. members and new inductees 

after being tapped frir N.H,-S. during 

homeroom. 



Index 




Colophon Thank Y©u 




Josten's Printing and Publishing Division 
at State College, Pennsylvania printed the 
650 copies of the 1995 Euclidian. The book 
was printed on Gloss 191 paper stock and 
included 48 pages of full color. All pages were 
created using the Aldus PageMaker® 5.0 "\^ 
program running on a Macintosh Ilsi computer *' 
that had 17 megabytes of R;AM, a 540 megabyte 
hard drive and a Daystar Powercache 50 
megahertz accelerator card with math 
coprocessor installed. The pages w ere backed-up 
onto a 88 megabyte Syquest removable hai^d disk. 
A 21 " black and.white, two page monitor made 
page layouts much easier. A second Macintosh 
llsi computer with 5 megabytes of RAM and a 
Video Spigot card was networked to the first. 
Both computers were running System 7.1. Digital 
images were imported either directly from a Sony 
Mavica MVC-AIO Still Video Camera into the ,, 
Video''8pigot or v\ere scanned in from a photo- 
graph using a 600 dpi scanner. The images were 
processed using Adobe Photoshop® which had 
Kai's Puw er Tools® pkig-ins installed. Graphics 
ucre produced using Aldus Freehand®, Type 
Styler® and T\pe Twister®. The index was made 
UMiig tlie Josten's program. Last Name First®. 
The pages were recorded on 3.5 inch floppy disks 
and tiard copy was printed on a Hewlett Packard 
LaserJet 111 printer. The hardcopy and disks were 
sent to Josten's who stripped in the photos and 
produced the final copy on a Linotronic printer. 
The cover was designed by the Josten's Art 
Department. Pages were submitted to the plant 
on five deadlines; No\ ember 2. November 23, 
December 23. January 27, and February 24. The 
pages were submitted as double page spreads. All 
the color pages had to be in the first deadline 
since their production entailed so much work. 
Since the final deadline was in late February, 
nothing that occurred alter tliat time could be 
included in the book. 



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The staff of the 1 995 Euclidian would like 
to extend thanks to all who helped to 
make tliis book possible. First and 
foremost, thanks have to go to the adviser, Mr. 
A'on Benken for the many long hours of hard 
woik and planning that had to be put in to get the 
ntire operation going and to keep it going. 
Otheis to be thanked are: Lifetouch National 
School Studios Inc. for supplying film and 
processing for the many pictures that appeared in 
the book and for taking many of the team 
pictures, senior and underclass pictures. Josten's 
Yearbook Company for putting it all together in 
such an artistic manner, Jan Kehn for all the 
time she spent :urranging photography dates and 
supplying needed materials. Barbara Springer 
for all the time and work she did trying to get Ac 
senior pictures an'anged and taken, all the writers 
and photographers who contributed their time, 
and last but not least, the entire student body at 

Euclid Hish School without which this bapk 

f 
could not exist. 

Peter Young and Lt. Commander Scott .Anderson of 

the Blue Angels spoke to and answered questions for 
the NJROTC students in the Little Theater. Anderson 
is the 3rd pilot in the Blue Angels and were in 
Cleveland for the Labor Dav .Air Show. 



Many people helped in some way 
with the 1995 Euclidian. Some 
wrote stories while others worked on 
the laying out of the book while others helped in 
the mailing of letters. Sylvia Eier and Janeen 
Miklowski spent many hours working on 
material while Angela Miklavclc did much 
computer work. Others who did some work were 
Marianne Wilson, Allison FitzGerald, Janet 
Fonovic, Stacie Glavan, Beckie Glavan, Kim 
Schoval, Jewell Hagood, Kevin Carlson, i| 
Laura Fifolt, Amy Barber, Jamie Willett and 
Mr. Von Benken. I 



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The 1994-95 school year is history. Many 
interesting and significant events occurred 
during that time and the Euclidian tried 
to cover as many of them as possible. This was 
difficult due to the limited staff If we missed 
something, we are sorry. We sincerely apologize 
for any errors or omissions that occurred in the 
book but.you have to understand this is only a 
high school publication and mistakes can happen. 





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i • JASON BEHUN • MAARTJE BEKENKAMP • JAMES BELANICH -ADONIS BELL • MEREDITH 

^ BELL • RODNEY BELL • EDMOND BENNETT JR • LOLITA BENSON • LOUIS BESSES • MELISSA 

BEVERLY • MATTHEW BILAK • LEROY BILLIPS • CARRIE BIRDSONG • ELIZABETH BLATNIK • JAMEKA 
BLOOM • DAMON BLUNT • HEATHER BORCZIAK • ANITA BORRERO • JOSEPH BOSOLT • JASON BOWERS 

• CLARISSA BOWIE • AARON BOYCE • NICHOLLE BRENNAN • DAWN BRITSKY "DANIEL BROWN • FELICIA 
DANE COOL • KATHERINE COPIC • CHAD ERNST • JOWL ESPIRITU • GIA 
MICHAEL COPLEY* MARINA CORLETO FARONE • KYLA FARROW • PAUL 

• MICHAEL CUPAR • GEORGE FELDEN • JAMIE FERNATT • LAURA 
CUTWRIGHT • MICHAEL DACAR • FIFOLT • TSHOMBE FISHER • KELLY 
ANTONIO DARBY • JAMES FOCARETO 'JANET FONOVIC • 
DAUGHERTY • FARISHA DAVIS • MICHAEL FORDING • SHAWN 
HANNAH DAVIS • DANIELLE DE BOE • FORSTER • ERIC FREDERICK 
THOMAS DEISTER • JASON DENNIS • JOSHUA FREEH • LINDSAY FREEMAN 
KATIE DIETRICH • JESSICA DIETZ • NICOLE FREEMAN • RYAN FRETTER 
MICHELLE DINEEN • DAVID DIRK • MICHAEL FUDURIC • KEVIN GADY 
ADDRIENNE DIXON • BRIAN DLUGOS • JASON GANSER • TAMMY GARDNER 
KIMBERLY DOMINIQUE • DEMETRIUS ROB GARRISON • ERIKA GASPERSIC 
DOWELL • BRIAN DUER • ANGEL WILLIAM GAST • MATTHEW GEROME 
DUNCAN • DANIEL DUVALL • GARY KAREN GEZANN • CARLOS GILLYARD 
DWYER JR • JEFFREY DYBZINSKI • STACIE GLAVAN • JAMIE CODEC 
RYAN EDDY • KIMIKO EDWARDS • DAMIEN GOODEN • KEVIN GORMAN 
SYLVIA ELER • JEREMY EMERMAN • JASON GRANT • KEVIN GRAY 
KRISTINA EMINGER • ASA ERIKSSON • MICHELE GRAYER • DAMIEN GRAYES 
NIKEEYA GREER • BARRY GRISEZ • CYNTHIA GUSTAFSON • AMY GUY • JEWEL HAGOOD • JENNIFER HALL 

• MARIO HALL • RONALD HARRIS • TANYANEKIA HARRIS • WILLIAM HARRISON • VINCENT HAWLEY 
I ANGELA HAYNES • KARVAREES HERMAN • BRETT HIGGINS • DARNEISHA HIGGINS • DAVID HOBSON 
I AMY HODDER • CLARICE HODGE • MATHEW HOFFMAN • MICHAEL HOFFMAN • JOSHUA HOLLAND 

i RALPH HOOD • JESSICA HOPKINS • JEFFREY HORTON • ORRY HOWARD • RASHAWN HOWARD 

I CARRIE HOWELL • LAKEHSA HUBBARD • AMY HUTCHINS • SHAUNDRA IBARRA • ISRAEL 

1 JACKSON JR • JEFFREY JAKSE • JOSEPH JANEZ • RICKY JEFFREY • CHRISTINA JENKO 

i SOLEMA JENNINGS • DONALD JOHNSON • LATANYIA JOHNSON • MELINDA JOHNSON 

I SHENISE JOHNSON • TENESIA JOHNSON • JOEL JONES • KISHA JONES • LATISHA 

I JONES • YOLANDA JONES • PAMELA JORDAN • ALLA KAMINSKAYA • JENNIFER 

I KASCAK • JESSICA KEFFER • BRYAN KELLY • TENISHIA KELLY • ANTOINE KEMP 

I LONGSTRETH JR • KELLY LOSE 

i JOSEPH LUDVIK • SEAN LUIKART 

i CHRISTINA MAHLE* DANA MALANEY 

P KARNITA MALONE • JOE MARCELLI 

BERANRDO MARIA • DANA MARINO 
KEVIN KETCHUM • JAMES KHAMASSI JOSEPH MARUSIC "DAVID MASEK 

• MARK KILLION • MARY KIRAL • KEVIN MCCARTHY • KEVIN MC 
KRISTIN KISH • CHRISTOPHER CARTNEY • TAMEKA MC COY • DAN 
KLETECKA • JESSICA KOCHIS • MC DONALD • RASHAUN MC DOUGAL 
KRISTINA KOEPP»T BRAD KOVATCH* • LATONIA MC GRIFF • DARNEA MC 
TODD KRAVOS • SARA KUHEN • MARY KINNEY • NICOLE MEIER •RHONDA 
KUNES • ANGELA LA CHINA • MELTON • MICHAEL MEYERS • 
GWENDOLYNN LAPUH • JEFFREY JANEEN MIKLOWSKI • DEMARCO 
LATINE • MELISSA LEACH • SHAWN MILLER • KEVIN MILLER • RAYMOND 
LEBEN • WENDY LEMIEUX* JENNIFER MILLER • SUZANNA MIOCIC • 
LEPLEY • LETIA LEWIS • NARIEKA CHRISTOPHER MOLAKAKIS 
LEWIS* AMY LINDIC* BENJAMIN LINN BENJAMIN MOONEY • SHANNON 

• EERO LINNA • ROBIN LITTLE • DAVID MOORE • TIA MOORE • GREGORY 
MORRIS • JEFFERY MORRIS JR • TERRANCE MORRISON • DAVID MOSKALSKI • BRIAN MOWELL • 

JENNIFER MULANAX • JASON MULLEN • SHANNON NADVORNIK • WILLIAM NAINIGER • YOSHIKO 
NAKANO • JAMES NARO III • CARLETON NASH • MARIA NEAL • J TOM NELSON • SEAN NELSON • 
MICHAEL NOCERA • TAKIA NORMAN • MARY NOSAN • KORY NOVAK • MICHAEL NUGENT • 
I ILESE KEEFE • LAURIE OLSZEWSKI • MATHEW ORTMAN 'DIANE OSREDKAR • STEVEN 

i PAE • CHRISTINE PAREY • CINDY PARKER -ERIC PARKS • JOHN PATA • MINALBEN 

m PATEL • CHARLES PATTERSON • RENEE PECNIC • JOSHUA PELZ • IRMA 

f PEREDNE • ROBERT PERRY • GERGORY PESEK • BRIAN PETROWSKI • 

I MELISSA PETROWSKI • DANIELLE PICARD • GARY PICKUP • JUSTIN 

I PIERCE • RACHELPIERCE • DAWN PIOTROWSKI • JENNIFER 

1 PODERZAY • JESSICA POST • WILLIAM PRESTON • JAMES 

■ PRICE •CARLOS PRINCE • ARETHA PRITCHARD • 



CHRISTINE PUGLIA • DANIELA REAGAN • BRIAN REBER • WILLIE REED • JANORIS REESE • AMY REPKO • 
LAURA RETTGER • LISA RHODES • CHRISTOPHER RICHARDT • STEPHEN RIEK • CHRISTOPHER RIGGAR 

• PAUL RINI • CHRISTOPHER RISER • ROBERT ROGERS • TIMOTHY RUTTI • CHRISTINA SALISBURY • 
JOHN SCARIENCH • MARIA SCHIAVONI • KEVIN SCHILL • CHRISTOPHER SCHMIDT • CARA SCHOLL • 
KIM SCHOVAL • HEATHER SCHULZ • LINDSEY SCHULZ • KENNETH SCHUSTER • SAMUEL SCHWAN • 
HELENE SCHWARTZ "CARISSA SCOTT • SETH SEDERHOLM • NICHOLAS SEIFRIED • PATRICIA SERGO • 
LARESHA SHARP • KATRINA SHARPE • KELLY SHEA • MARY SHENK • MELANIE SHIPPITKA • AMANDA 
SIPLOCK • MICHAEL SIPOS • STACY SKEEL • RICHARD SLADE JR • KENYA SMITH • WILLIAM SNELL • 
WAYNE SNITZKY • DAN SOUTH • JOSEPH SPRAFKA • MARC STAUFFER • OLEN STEELMAN • CHAD 
STEFFENS • BINA STITT -CARMAN STRICKLAND "BRADFORD STROTH • JOSEPH STRUNK • AMY STUBER 

• JAMES SUMMERS • PAULA SUSTARSIC • MICHAEL SWYT • DESMOND TAYLOR • LATINA TAYLOR • 
LAWRENCE TAYLOR • STEVEN TEGNER • COURTNEY TELICH • MICHAEL THOMAS • CRAIG TILLINGHAST 
•AISHA TILLMAN • TIMIKA TISDALE • WILLIAMS • RASHAAN WILLIAMS • 
JADE TOLLIVER • ALEKSANDAR TOT • LISA WILLOUGHBY • CHARLES 
KAREN TOUSCHNER 'CHARLES WILSON • DANIELLE WILSON • 
TRAPP • CHRISTINA TRATNIK • DANNIKA WITTEN • MARGARET 
JAIMESON TROCHECK • ROBERT WOLCHKO • KATHLEEN WOLENSKI • 
TROHA • BRANDI TUCKER • BRIAN JAMES WOLF • NARKETA WOOTEN • 
UDOVICH • MARTHA URH • GREGORY YARBROUGH • MERON 
BRIDGETTE VARNJU "ANTHONY YIMEN 'DAMON YOUNG • VALERIE 
VERCH • LEAH WALCZAK • CHARLES YOUNG • DEBORAH ZAGORE • 
WALKER • THOMAS WALKER • THERESE ZELE • JENNIFER 
JOSEPH WALLACE • KARI WALLETTE • ZELENSKAS • GINA ZEMAN • MARIA 
MICHAEL WALTERMIRE • ALIA ZEMBA • REID ABRIANI • DAWN 
WALTERS • ELIZABETH WALTERS • 

ANDREA WARREN • ANGEL WEEMS • 
JAMES WEINPERT • MICHELLE 
WENDEROTH • SARAH WHITTAKER • 
JAMES WILLETT JR • DALEAH 

ADAMS • JESSICA ADAMS • JUA ADRINE-ROBINSON • RICHARD AGNEW • 
DAVID ALBRIGHT • DANA ALLEN • VERNESHA ANDERSON • RASA-LILA ANDREWS • 
ELIJAH ANTHONY • ROSCHELL ASHLEY • LAURA BAKER • BELINDA BAILEY • AMBER 
BALLASH • MICHAEL BANACH • JETAUN BANKS • AMY BARBER • MARIA BARKER • 
TAMMIE BARNES • KATHRYN BARTEL • TIMOTHY BARZAL • STEPHANIE BATICH • 
ANTHONY BATTLE • LAARRY BATTLE • JOHN BECHTEL • JASON BEHUN • MAARTJE 
BEKENKAMP • JAMES BELANICH -ADONIS BELL • MEREDITH BELL • RODNEY BELL • EDMOND 
BENNETT JR • LOLITA BENSON • LOUIS BESSES • MELISSA BEVERLY • MATTHEW BILAK • LEROY 
BILLIPS • CARRIE BIRDSONG • ELIZABETH BLATNIK • JAMEKA BLOOM • DAMON BLUNT • HEATHER 
BORCZIAK • ANITA BORRERO • JOSEPH BOSOLT • JASON BOWERS • CLARISSA BOWIE • AARON 
BOYCE • NICHOLLE BRENNAN • DAWN BRITSKY "DANIEL BROWN • FELICIA DANE COOL • KATHERINE 

COPIC • MICHAEL COPLEY • MARINA 

CORLETO • MICHAEL CUPAR • 

GEORGE CUTWRIGHT • MICHAEL 

DACAR • ANTONIO DARBY • JAMES 

DAUGHERTY • FARISHA DAVIS • 

HANNAH DAVIS • DANIELLE DE BOE • ESPIRITU • GIA FARONE • KYLA 

THOMAS DEISTER • JASON DENNIS • FARROW • PAUL FELDEN • JAMIE 

KATIE DIETRICH • JESSICA DIETZ • FERNATT • LAURA FIFOLT • TSHOMBE 

MICHELLE DINEEN • DAVID DIRK • FISHER • KELLY FOCARETO 'JANET 

ADDRIENNE DIXON • BRIAN DLUGOS FONOVIC • MICHAEL FORDING • 

KIMBERLY DOMINIQUE • SHAWN FORSTER • ERIC FREDERICK 

DEMETRIUS DOWELL • BRIAN DUER • • JOSHUA FREEH • LINDSAY 

ANGEL DUNCAN • DANIEL DUVALL • FREEMAN •NICOLE FREEMAN • RYAN 

GARY DWYER JR • JEFFREY FRETTER 'MICHAEL FUDURIC • KEVIN 

DYBZINSKI • RYAN EDDY • KIMIKO GADY • JASON GANSER • TAMMY 

EDWARDS • SYLVIA ELER • JEREMY GARDNER • ROB GARRISON • ERIKA 

EMERMAN»KRISTINAEMINGER»ASA GASPERSIC 'WILLIAM CAST • 

ERIKSSON • CHAD ERNST • JOWL MATTHEW GEROME -KAREN GEZANN 

•CARLOS GILLYARD •STACIE GLAVAN • JAMIE GODEC • DAMIEN GOODEN • KEVIN GORMAN • JASON 

GRANT • KEVIN GRAY • MICHELE GRAYER • DAMIEN GRAYES -NIKEEYA GREER • BARRY GRISEZ • 

CYNTHIA GUSTAFSON •AMY GUY • JEWEL HAGOOD • JENNIFER HALL • MARIO HALL • RONALD 

HARRIS • TANYANEKIA HARRIS • WILLIAM HARRISON • VINCENT HAWLEY • ANGELA HAYNES • 

KARVAREES HERMAN • BRETT HIGGINS • DARNEISHA HIGGINS • DAVID HOBSON • AMY 

HODDER • CLARICE HODGE -MATHEW HOFFMAN • MICHAEL HOFFMAN • JOSHUA 

HOLLAND 'RALPH HOOD • JESSICA HOPKINS • JEFFREY HORTON • ORRY HOWARD • 

RASHAWN HOWARD • CARRIE HOWELL • LAKEHSA HUBBARD • AMY HUTCHINS • 

SHAUNDRA IBARRA • ISRAEL JACKSON JR • JEFFREY JAKSE • JOSEPH JANEZ • 

RICKY JEFFREY • CHRISTINA JENKO • SOLEMA JENNINGS • DONALD 

JOHNSON • LATANYIA JOHNSON • MELINDA JOHNSON • SHENISE 

JOHNSON • TENESIA JOHNSON • JOEL JONES • KISHA JONES • 

LATISHA JONES • YOLANDA JONES • PAMELA JORDAN • ALLA 



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